Trump Soho lands a restaurant tenant, Vinoly takes inspiration from Seagram Building for UES townhouse … and more

February 23, 2012 08:00AM

1. Sushi restaurant Koi takes Trump Soho restaurant space [Eater]
2. Halstead’s Susan Goldy is named president of the New York State Association of Realtors [CityBiz]
3. Lululemon builds out 3,800-square-foot storefront on Broadway and 75th Street, 11 blocks north of another location [Post]
4. A gourmet mayonnaise shop is opening in Prospect Heights [Brownstoner]
5. Silverstone Property Group buys 17-story East 28th Street building for $53M from Samson Management [Post, 5th item]
6. Rafael Vinoly to transform East 64th Street townhouse facade to resemble Seagram Building with an Apple store-style cube in the backyard [Curbed]
7. Real estate mogul Irving Schneider, 91, sells 880 Fifth Avenue co-op for $5.9 million [Post, 4th item]
8. Andre Balazs and Chelsea Handler appear to be back together [NYDN]
9. Bay Ridge resident wants to rent parking space in front of his home from the city [Brooklyn Daily]
10. Rothman’s will move one block north to a larger space on Park Avenue South and will try to attract a younger clientele [NYT]
11. Section 8 family suffering from from extremely moldy home but can’t move without NYCHA approval [NYDN]
12. Inside Tory Burch’s Roaring ’20s-style Hamptons mansion [Daily Mail]
13. City arrests 14 for using fake permits to park at city housing projects [NYDN]
14. Harlem man keeps foreclosed condo he inherited after detective finds his adopted mother was victim of mortgage fraud [NYDN]
15. State considers converting crumbling Tappan Zee bridge into pedestrian and cyclist path [NYT]
16. Fed plans sale of mortgages it acquired in AIG bailout [Bloomberg]
17. Artist paints Sistine Chapel replica on ceiling of UES apartment [NYDN]
18. Starchitect Winka Dubbeldam puts condo in 497 Greenwich Street building she designed on market for $2.35M [Post, 1st item]
19. MTA reopens long-shuttered Park Slope subway station [NYDN]