JPMorgan donates Bronx building for the arts, pushcarts bid $175,000 for licenses near Central Park … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 06, 2011 05:16 PM

1. JPMorgan donates a two-story Bronx building on East Tremont Avenue valued at $850,000 to the Bronx Council on the Arts
[NYDN]

2. The 11,100-square-foot former site of Fortunoff on 57th Street off Fifth Avenue hits the market [Crain’s]
3. There’s finally some activity in the retail real estate market in Herald Square
[NYO]

4. Despite locals’ noise concerns, an Inwood wine bar and beer garden at 4957 Broadway nets liquor license
[DNAinfo]

5. Ft. Greene Tire shop shut down by the city for lack of proper Certificate of Authenticity gets support from local council member
[Brownstoner]

6. City Council approves three bills aimed at making buildings’ roofs greener
[Crain’s]

7. CIM Group received a $30M mortgage from Pacific Northwest Bank on the Drake Hotel Site at 57th Street and Park Avenue
[NYO]

8. The bid for a pushcart license at East 60th Street and Fifth Avenue was $176,925 per year
[DNAinfo]

9. Studios at the zig-zagged Mercedes House at 11th Avenue near 53rd Street will start at $2,200 per month
[Curbed]

10. International Monetary Fund criticizes the U.S. for the tax deduction it offers for mortgage interest
[WSJ]


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