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

TRD New York /
Nov.November 10, 2011 08:15 AM
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1. American Realty Capital New York Recovery REIT pays $9.86M for four retail condos in Tribeca
[MarketWatch]

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

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
[Post]

5. Touring the new sections of Madison Square Garden
[MediaBistro]

6. Buyer of Brooke Astor apartment at 778 Park is hedge fund portfolio manager
[Post, 6th item]

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
[Post]

9. DOB commissioner says he continues crackdown on illegal apartment
[NYDN]

10. Jessica Simpson shops for apartment at Soho Mews, 50 Thompson through broker Julie Zelman
[Post, 1st item]

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
[Post, 3rd item]

13. VP of Jordache Enterprises buys 857 Fifth Ave. apartment for $6.5M
[Post, 5th item]

14. New York bucks national trend of more homes falling underwater
[NYDN]

15. Starbucks CEO buys $4.6M apartment at 173 MacDougal for his son
[Post, 4th item]



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