Las Vegas Sands “would be honored” to build in NY, Marisa Tomei hit with another lawsuit for leak in Village condo… and more

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Feb.February 24, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Adam Leitman Bailey buys new associates Brooks Brothers suits and ties, firm gets awarded “Associate Perk of the Week” [WSJ]
2. DelShah buys 205 Chrystie Street, brings Matt Levine restaurant concept [BoweryBoogie]
3. Casino developer Las Vegas Sands Corp “would be honored” to build in NY if Vegas-style casinos are approved [Post]
4. With rates so low, owners are no longer paying up front for mortgage rate deductions [NYT]
5. Bank of America stops sending home loans to Fannie because of its stricter loan-recourse policy [Bloomberg]
6. Tickets in new suites at MSG will come with access to free gourmet food, a private bar, and a price tag starting at $42,500 [WSJ]
7. Actually, the Standard East Village restaurant hasn’t opened, let alone been fully conceptualized [EVGrieve]
8. Marisa Tomei hit with another lawsuit for leak in Village condo [NYDN]
9. Sears plans sale of some U.S. stores to raise $800M in cash [NYT]
10. Brokerage Modern Spaces’ offices boast pictures showing the construction of Queens in the 1950s [QChron]
11. Even after getting hit with $37,000 fine, NYCHA fails to make repairs at Bed-Stuy project [NYDN]
12. A history of ivy on NYC brownstones culminating in the recent LPC violations at two Village townhouses that display fake ivy [NYT]
13. Bohemian National Hall’s Czech parties are too loud for UES neighbors [DNAinfo]
14. Brokers and developers increasingly use creative events to put luxury condos on display [NYT]
15. Williamsburg public housing tenants don’t know how long they’ll be without gas [DNAinfo]


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