Extell gets $13M mortgage for Hudson Square hotel, downtown rents surge ahead of Sept. 11 memorial … and more

New York /
May.May 24, 2011 05:08 PM

1. Gary Barnett’s Extell gets $13M mortgage for Hudson Square luxury hotel
[NYO]

2. Downtown rents surge in anticipation of Sept. 11 memorial
[Post]

3. Outdoor equipment retailer busy renovating space in Puck Building at 295 Lafayette Street
[Post]

4. Subway sandwich chain aims to add 100 Brooklyn stores
[Post]

5. South Pointe takes over former RdV East nightclub in the Hamptons
[Guest of a Guest]

6. American Institute of Architects elects 2013 officials from New York and Florida
[MediaBistro]

7. French jewelry designer gets 824 Madison Avenue bargain
[crain’s]

8. Jennifer Aniston closes on second West Village apartment for $2M
[Curbed]

9. Time Square sets a fast pace for retail recovery
[Post]

10. CoStar to offer 3.8 million shares in public offering
[CNBC]


11.
Disney store to add 40 sites nationally
[WSJ]

12. Gothamist signs lease at 20 Jay Street
[Crain’s]

13. Ian Schrager’s new hotel to be named PUBLIC
[Hotel Chatter]

14. Town Residential scores job as exclusive agent for three Moinian properties
[Crain’s]

15. U.S. economy has reached rock bottom: Marcus & Millichap report[CP Executive]
16. Whitney Museum breaks ground on new home in Meatpacking District [Curbed]

17
. Aloft Hotel at 216 Duffield Street sports signage [Brownstoner]


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