Is Morgan Stanley considering a move to 1 WTC? … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 19, 2011 11:33 PM

1. Is Morgan Stanley contemplating a move to 1 WTC[NYO]

2. Manhattan apartment sales market stumbled in the second quarter [WSJ]
3. Unique $21.4M penthouse listing at 50 Gramercy Park North [NYT]
4. Georgetown Cupcake comes to Soho
[Crain’s]

5. Around 160 people receive vacate notices at 345 Eldert Street in Bushwick
[Curbed]

6. Forest Ratner’s 84-acre mixed-use Yonkers development close to completion [NYDN]
7. The High Line may be the scariest ride in town: Steve Cuozzo [Post]
8. New York developers cash in on strong hotel numbers
[WSJ]

9. Berkeley Heights, N.J. could be the perfect suburbia for Manhattanites [NYT]
10. Kate’s Paperie struggles to stay afloat [Crain’s]
11. Kips Bay becomes a great destination for prospective buyers [WSJ]
12. Backlog in foreclosure cases gives homeowners breathing room [NYT]
13. New apartment building a possibility for New Rochelle’s downtown
[WSJ]

14. Is the corner of Rivington and Ludlow streets New York’s answer to New Orleans’ Bourbon Street? [NYDN]
15. Surge in Manhattan office leasing in May pushed the year-to-date volume to 14.2M square feet
[Crain’s]

16. Choose the right contractor and avoid remodeling hassle [NYT]

17. Some progress made by legislators in rent regulation talks [WSJ]
18. Dahesh museum signs on for new Soho location
[Crain’s]


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