HarperCollins Building could command $242M, Lorber gets $44.5M for UES operating lease … and more

December 14, 2011 08:46AM

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1. New Millennium Estates could get $242M for HarperCollins Building at 10 East 53rd Street
[Crain’s]

2. Howard Lorber sells operating lease for 150-unit building at 225 East 63rd Street for $44.5M
[Post, 5th item]

3. Adams & Company exec says 2011 is best year for firm,
which will complete more than 250 deals totaling 1.75 million square
feet
[NYT]

4. TJ Maxx takes 23,000 square feet on lower level of Fulton Mall
[Post, 2nd item]

5. After lengthy dispute, court allows archdiocese to demolish Our Lady of Vilnius on Broome Street
[NYT]

6. Recent policy changes will likely result in even bigger role for FHA in mortgage market
[WSJ]

7. Macerich mulls name change for Atlas Park mall
[NYDN]

8. Bronx landlord must post $50,000 and repair 245 violations to keep control of the building
[NYDN]

9. Municipal Arts Society wants to convert Con Edison pier into outdoor movie and concert space
[DNAinfo]

10. Industrial Williamsburg structure drew attention from several gyms, eventually inking lease for Renzo Gracie Academy
[Post, 3rd item]

11. Cushman & Wakefield focuses on growth in Asia, seeks acquisitions
[Bloomberg News]

12. City wants to use old Jamaica vet’s office for stray animal drop-off point
[NYDN]

13. 619 East Fifth Street hits market for $12.23M with Massey Knakal
[EV Grieve]

14. Gowanus residents and businesses clean up streets to improve neighborhood
[WSJ]

15. HFP Capital Markets moves to full floor of 386 Park Avenue South from 685 Fifth Ave
[Post, 4th item]

16. Poet’s art events in East Third Street townhouse anger landlords
[The Local]

17. Relevant joins four other MDC Partners divisions in 10 Hudson Square, taking 10,095 square feet
[Post, 7th item]