34 Leonard changes hands for $34M and goes rental, Donald Trump says no to future political office run … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 22, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Tribeca’s 34 Leonard changes hands for $34M, goes rental [Curbed] and [Tribeca Citizen]
2. Donald Trump says he won’t run for political office in future [Post, 2nd item]
3. Condo board at One Lincoln Plaza emerges from scheduled vote on proposed dog ban, refuses to reveal outcome [NYDN]
4. With bedbugs on the rise, mattress protector manufacturers see business triple in the last three months [NYO]
5. Model Stephanie Seymour and husband Peter Brant call off divorce, go townhouse-hunting with BHS broker Elizabeth Sample [Post]
6. Architectural Billings Index up 2 percent in July [NYO]
7. Durst says he was misquoted in Times article on 1 WTC financials [NYO]
8. Several historic Queens buildings sustain damage from last week’s storm [NYDN]
9. Protests continue over sale of Mount Morris Park synagogue [Harlem + Bespoke]

10. Cono and Sons restaurant in Williamsburg shuts down [Brooklyn Paper]
11. Owners of building slated to become Park51 mosque and community center get temporary permits for worship amid open code violations [Post]
12. Russian supermodel Irina Shayk buys $1.96M condo at 166 Perry Street [NYO]

13. Dattner Architects takes 15th floor at 1385 Broadway [Post, 4th item]


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