Silverstein Properties makes deal to keep 120 Broadway, roller-skating rink comes to High Line … and more

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Jul.July 20, 2011 08:16 AM

1. Silverstein Properties closes deal to keep 120 Broadway for $525 million: Lois Weiss [Twitter]

2. Roller-skating rink to open at northernmost end of the High Line [WSJ]

3. Thor Equities sells Meatpacking retail condo for $34M [Post, 2nd item]

4. Will James Murdoch sell East 69th Street mansion in the wake of News Corp scandal? [NYO]
5. General motors hires Jones Lang LaSalle to sell Sleepy Hollow site [Post, 3rd item]

6.
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes probably rebounded from low [Bloomberg]
7. Getty Images signs 82,884-square-foot lease at One Hudson Square [Post, 4th item]

8. Mortgage default rates continue to fall [WSJ]
9. Ground lease on the Palace Hotel transferred to Northwood Investors for $377M [Post, 5th item]
10. Island-owner Julio Maro Santo Domingo III buys West Village spread for $4.07M [NYO]
11. The housing market is still showing little growth [Wall Street Cheat Sheet]
12. Blackstone’s Tony James buys director Hal Price’s Fifth Avenue duplex [NYO]
13. Is Rockaway the new Williamsburg? [Gothamist]


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