Anti-gun advocates really against Wal-Mart, higher rents help nation’s largest landlords … and more

New York /
Apr.April 28, 2011 05:18 PM

1. Anti-gun advocates urge Bloomberg to bar Walmart from the city as the retailer expands its firearm and ammunition sales
[NYO]

2. Firm that helps pro athletes relocate taps Elliman’s Ali Jafri to be its NYC broker
[Crain’s]

3. Brooklyn author opens West Village storefront that sells one book — his own
[NYT]

4. General Theological Seminary sells three two-family Homes Along West 20th Street for $10M
[Curbed]

5. Zell’s Equity Residential and AvalonBay Communities parlay higher rents into better earnings
[Reuters]

6. Harlem residents recall being four votes short of turning iconic building into Harlem’s first co-op [NYDN]
7. Third ground-floor retail space in Downtown Brooklyn’s the Oro is filled by organic cafe
[Brownstoner]

8. Robert Knakal optimistic on Manhattan real estate market, which is pulling rest of the city out of real estate downturn
[NYO]

9. Broadway Partners forms joint venture with Brookfield Office Properties for its 450 West 33rd Street property
[Bloomberg via Crain’s]

10. Former Glamour editor’s UWS co-op hits the market for $3.95M
[Curbed]

11. Another bar is coming across the street from the Barclays Center [AYR]


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