Trump says he’s worth more than $7B, “Sex and the City” townhouse sells for $9 million … and more

New York /
Nov.November 22, 2011 08:17 AM

1. Donald Trump says his net worth is more than $7 billion
[WSJ]

2. Neighborhoods can apply to be “slow zones” with 20 MPH speed limits and speed bumps
[Post]

3. “Sex and the City” townhouse in at 64 Perry Street sells for $9M [IBTimes]
4. Queens EDC launches program to help immigrant contractors obtain proper licenses
[NYDN]

5. Human Rights Watch renews on 46,000 square feet and expands to 24,000 more at Empire State Building
[Post, 5th item]

6. 25-year-old mom-and-pop souvenir shop quietly closes on Coney Island boardwalk
[ATZ]

7. Fashion designer Jen Kao signed for 9,715 square feet of showroom space at 10 Hudson Square
[Post, 3rd item]

8. Blackstone Group is about to acquire an $800 million portfolio of 16 U.S. office buildings
[WSJ]

9. 23-year-old SI brokerage Safari Realty becomes affiliate of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate
[SILive]

10. Life returns to normal, as construction workers eat lunch at Zuccotti Park
[Post]

11. Long time tenants reluctant to leave first ever federally subsidized artists colony in West Village
[NYT]

12. DG Fast Channel is set to move from 3 Times Square to 90,000 square feet at 1633 Broadway
[Post, 2nd item]

13. Inside a landmarked Murray Hill townhouse on the market for $12M
[WSJ]

14. Coal oven will remain in Grimaldi’s old location as new pizzeria moves in
[Post]

15. Officials break ground on $9.9M Soundview Park restoration in the Bronx
[NYDN]

16. Tenant backs out for 70,000 square feet at SJP Properties’ 11 Times Square, 500,000 square feet remain
[Post, 4th item]


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