The Real Deal New York

“First” Original Ray’s pizza shop closes, U.S. companies covet office space in Dublin … and more

February 21, 2012 05:00PM

2. Meanwhile, starchitects increasingly drawn to residential sector in Manhattan [WSJ]
3. Buyers should read the offering plan for a new development condo very carefully [NY1]
4. Moinian exec talks about 3 Columbus Circle [NYO]
5. “First” Original Ray’s pizza shop closes on Houston [EV Greive]
6. Oil tanks that have been on Staten Island for 40 years may finally be removed [NY1]
7. Why American companies are taking commercial space in Ireland [Irish Times]
8. Checking in with one of real estate’s highest profile attorneys [NYO]
9. Home Depot’s earnings provide hope for U.S. housing sector [MSNBC]
10. Finally, 75 Livingston Street gets praise it deserves: Times [NYT]
11. National commercial real estate recovery to pick up pace in 2012 [Commercial Property Executive]
12. Case-Schiller index to decline by 4 percent [Zillow]
13. Parkside Diner in Park Slope to reopen — as a Greek joint [Here’s Park Slope]