PA execs to approve $613M WTC retail deal, Hotel East Houston hits market for $21M … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 09, 2012 08:00 AM

1. PA execs to approve Westfield Group taking 50 percent stake in WTC retail for $612.5M [Post]
2. Hotel East Houston, near Eldridge Street, hits market for $21M [EVGrieve]
3. Jim Carrey continues apartment hunt, eyes 101 Warren Street unit that owner is attempting to flip for $1.7M profit in two months [Post, 2nd item]
4. Bigger apartments and rising rents make it difficult for NYC to maintain title as “singleton capitol” [NYO]
5. Injured Knicks guard Baron Davis rents three-bedroom MiMA unit for $16,500 per month [Post, 1st item]
6. The Donald gets customized “Trump Bike” motorcycle at the Trump Tower [Twitter]
7. Lead actor in “Smash” got rent-stabilized UWS apartment for singing a song to the  landlords [Post]
8. Illegal cellar dwellers are linked to fatal fire and felony bribery cases in the Bronx [NYDN]
9. Caesars casino looks to sell $500M of U.S. properties day after going public [Post]
10. Pop-up shops are gaining steam in Queens, too [NYDN]
11. A defense of older, suburban homes [Post]
12. Pink Dorms, extended-stay rentals for women, arrive on East 14th Street [EVGrieve]
13. Quogue mansion built by Simplicity Pattern founder James Shapiro hits market for $12.5M [Post, 3rd item]


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