Durst sees interest in Conde Nast’s soon-to-be-former digs at 4 Times Square … and more

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Feb.February 25, 2011 05:01 PM

1. New York City set to lease one-third of all office space being built at WTC site, for roughly $33M a year [WSJ]

2. Durst says he’s begun showings for Conde Nast’s soon-to-be-former space at 4 Times Square [NYO]

3. Ark Restaurants to open four new eateries in New York City [Crain’s]

4. Famed broadway producer and former Yankees owner Robert Nederlander picks up new pad in Ritz Tower at 465 Park Avenue [NYO]

5. Lower Manhattan-centric real estate site FiDiDigs.com launches in effort to lure residents south [DNAinfo]

6. Midtown restaurant Montenapo closes for second time in 20 months [Crain’s]

7. Upper East Side losing its old-guard rep as more young residents migrate to the neighborhood [WSJ]

8. Melania Trump opens up about the Donald’s possible presidential candidacy [Access Hollywood]

 

9. East River Tower in Astoria to sell condos remaining after auction [Curbed]

 

10. Details revealed for conversion of 110 Amity Street in Cobble Hill [Brownstoner]

 

11. Mathieu Palombino of Motorino Pizzeria to open a diner on the Bowery in late spring [NYT]

 

12. Why the housing market is taking so long to recover [NPR]

13. Former Carnegie Hill townhouse of cartoonist Al Hirschfeld finds a buyer, after just three weeks on the market [Curbed]

14. Female architects share thoughts on newly released architect Barbie [Mediabistro]


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