Renter snags Aby Rosen’s 3 East 94th Street, British nightclub Sankeys plans first NYC location … and more

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Sep.September 15, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Renter snags Aby Rosen’s 3 East 94th Street townhouse [NYO]
2. British nightclub Sankeys plans first NYC location on Far West Side [Crain’s]
3. Guilty plea in NJ woman’s $45M real estate Ponzi scheme [Reuters]
4. Victorinox Swiss Army looks to expand with two or three more Manhattan stores [Post, 4th item]

5. MTA renews 68,000-square-foot lease at 469 Seventh Avenue [Crain’s]
6. Harlem broker launches vintage fashion exhibition to lure buyers to $1.685M townhouse listing [WSJ]
7. Dentsu Holdings division takes nearly 50,000 square feet in Tribeca’s 32 Sixth Avenue [Post, 2nd item]

8. Mosque developer Sharif el-Gamal faces eviction at Soho office [NYDN]
9. Meanwhile, mosque leader Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf hit with lawsuit over violations at rundown NJ apartment buildings [Post]
10. Marvel Entertainment inks nine-year sublease at 135 West 50th Street [Post, 3rd item]
11. Limited free Wifi coming to city parks next year [NYDN]

12. Antique building and furniture company Olde Good Things takes space at 450 Columbus Avenue [Post, 5th item]

 

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