The Real Deal New York

Meatpacking club sued for trademark infringement, Ponzi schemer Kenneth Starr’s UES home heads to auction block … and more

February 15, 2012 05:00PM

1. Trendy Meatpacking District club MPD embroiled in trademark suit [NYP]
2. Ponzi schemer Kenneth Starr’s UES home heading to the auction block [Curbed]
3. Billy Macklowe says “responsible adults” are returning to the real estate market [REW]
4. Ainslie Tower in Williamsburg now offering some units as condos [Brownstoner]
5. Lobby at new hotel Tryp Times Square South revealed [Hotel Chatter]
6. Map of distressed Suffolk County properties [Curbed]
7. Ten concept restaurants New Yorkers never got the chance to enjoy [Kamaliwire]
8. Supporters and detractors settle into totally polar camps over Atlantic Yards housing [Brooklyn Bureau]
9. Financial District apartment above Zuccotti Park, within spitting distance of the 99%, has $7.65M ask [Curbed]
10. The last 10 years of development in Brooklyn [Brooklyn Bureau]
11. Surf Lodge in Montauk facing possibly hundreds of zoning violations, gets another adjournment [Patch]
12. Low interest and improving job market make REITs even more attractive to investors [CNBC]