Scripps re-ups lease at Chelsea Market, city water bills to increase 7.5 percent … and more

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Apr.April 12, 2011 08:34 AM

1. At 737 Park and 150 East 72nd Street, potential rental-to-condo conversions a “barometer” of the market [Post, 1st item]
2. New York Fed to sell $1.2B in mortgage bonds tied to AIG bailout [Bloomberg]
3. Scripps Networks re-ups lease at Chelsea Market, expanding to more than 150,000 square feet [Post, 4th item]
4. Farmers markets seeking to open in poor NYC areas face high hurdles [NYT]
5. 1 WTC electrician sells Upper East Side townhouse for $6.45M [NYO]

6. City homeowners to see a lower-than-expected 7.5 percent increase in water bills [NYT]
7. Queens architect William Gati sees current state of NYC architectural development as “very promising” [NYREJ]
8. Two Trees signs 113,000 square feet of lease renewals at three Dumbo addresses [Post, 6th item]
9. Schneiderman warns against foreclosure settlement that would block against other probes from individual states [Bloomberg]
10. RHI Entertainment relocates to 423 West 55th Street‘s 12th-floor penthouse [Post, 7th item]

11. BofA, JPMorgan on track for weak revenue reports in first quarter as lending tumbles [Bloomberg]

12. Indian restaurant chain Brick Lane Curry House signs on for new location at 99 Second Avenue [Post, 5th item]


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