Bed bugs crawl into Ritz-Carlton, High Line would benefit from controversial Chelsea Market expansion … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 26, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Bed bugs find their way into the Ritz-Carlton hotel on Central Park South [NYT]
2. After lengthy search, Naomi Watts and Liv Schreiber settle on a $3.95M loft on Washington Street in Tribeca [Post, 2nd item]
3. Brooklyn appeals court’s top judge has the state’s most luxurious chambers [NYT]
4. High Line stands to benefit from controversial Chelsea Market expansion [DNAinfo]
5. Throughout the nation, office tenants are renewing at extremely favorable terms [CoStar]
6. “Merchant builders,” developers who sell immediately after construction, are returning to the market [WSJ]
7. Blake Lively looks at $5.19M apartment at 140 West 22nd Street [Post, 1st item]
8. Travelers name Statue of Liberty the top landmark in the world, and four other NYC sites claim top 20 spot [Gothamist]
9. Nearby residents still fighting against MTA’s plan for a subway entrance on East 69th Street [NY1]
10. The best U.S. markets for building and selling homes [WSJ]
11. Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki lists one of her two 15 USW investment units for $17,500 per month [Post, 4th item]
12. Juliet Supperclub lacked licenses to promote parties or host dancing, records show [DNAinfo]
13. The Penn South complex was better-concieved than a similar housing complex in St. Louis that was notoriously demolished after it became overrun with crime [NYT]


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