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

December 14, 2011 08:46AM

Atlas Park mall

1. New Millennium Estates could get $242M for HarperCollins Building at 10 East 53rd Street

2. Howard Lorber sells operating lease for 150-unit building at 225 East 63rd Street for $44.5M
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3. Adams & Company exec says 2011 is best year for firm,
which will complete more than 250 deals totaling 1.75 million square

4. TJ Maxx takes 23,000 square feet on lower level of Fulton Mall
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5. After lengthy dispute, court allows archdiocese to demolish Our Lady of Vilnius on Broome Street

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

7. Macerich mulls name change for Atlas Park mall

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

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

10. Industrial Williamsburg structure drew attention from several gyms, eventually inking lease for Renzo Gracie Academy
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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

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

15. HFP Capital Markets moves to full floor of 386 Park Avenue South from 685 Fifth Ave
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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
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