Setai Wall Street member sues club for bad breakfast, city starts $29.5M construction on Steeplechase Plaza … and more

November 10, 2011 08:15AM

Setai Wall Street

1. American Realty Capital New York Recovery REIT pays $9.86M for four retail condos in Tribeca

2. Setai Wall Street member sues club for $730K, claiming it underdelivered on breakfast promise

3. Sneak peek at renovated New York Historical Society opening Friday
[West Side Rag]

4. Success of Superior Ink ignited flurry of condo development, with large units, in tony West Village

5. Touring the new sections of Madison Square Garden

6. Buyer of Brooke Astor apartment at 778 Park is hedge fund portfolio manager
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7. Despite assumptions to the contrary, judge’s ruling in Tribune Co. bankruptcy could benefit Sam Zell
[Chicago Tribune]

8. City starts construction on $29.5M Steeplechase Plaza on Coney Island

9. DOB commissioner says he continues crackdown on illegal apartment

10. Jessica Simpson shops for apartment at Soho Mews, 50 Thompson through broker Julie Zelman
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11. U.S. REITs benefit from Fed’s low rates and focus money on buying and renovating rental properties
[Bloomberg News]

12. Former Lehman trader buys at 7 Hubert Street for $2,798 per square foot
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13. VP of Jordache Enterprises buys 857 Fifth Ave. apartment for $6.5M
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14. New York bucks national trend of more homes falling underwater

15. Starbucks CEO buys $4.6M apartment at 173 MacDougal for his son
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