Strauss-Kahn no longer under house arrest at 153 Franklin, Malkin exec sells UES townhouse … and more

July 01, 2011 03:52PM

1. Dominique Strauss-Kahn no longer under house arrest at $50,000-a-month 153 Franklin Street [WSJ]
2. George Perry, Malkin Properties‘ director of investments, sells Upper East Side townhouse for $4.5M [NYO]
3. Tens of millions of dollars needed to fix up already-rusting Xanadu, a.k.a. American Dream Meadowlands [The Record]
4. City seeking developer to build industrial complex on vacant, 25,000-square-foot lot in Bed-Stuy [Brownstoner]
5. The top five New York City fireworks-viewing spots for this weekend [Curbed]
6. Old Westbury’s A. Conger Goodyear House restored and up for grabs for $4.6M [NYT]
7. $400M Palace Hotel sale expected to close July 12 [Curbed, 1st item]
8. Upper East Siders think the city’s being unfair in opening a waste transfer station on 91st Street and the East River [NYT]
9. Orchard Street’s Blue Moon Hotel site slashes its asking price to $29 million after six years on the market [Curbed]

10. Hedge funder John Paulson rescues beleaguered Upper East Side art gallery from foreclosure [WSJ]
11. DoBro’s the Addison 40 percent leased after two months on the market [Brownstoner]

12. New York City Central Labor Council taps Vincent Alvarez to be new president [NYT]