Future NBA Commissioner Adam Silver scores $6.75M digs in Beresford, Sears hires Mall Properties to find use for shuttered stores … and more

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Mar.March 20, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Future NBA Commissioner Adam Silver scores $6.75M pad in the Beresford  [NYO]
2. Sears Holdings hires chief executive of Mall Properties to help find uses for shuttered stores [Chicago Tribune]
3. Harlem residents protest proposed requirement to swipe photo ID when entering building [DNAinfo]
4. Architecture and design schools in New York City contribute to local economic growth, study says [Inhabitat]
5. New $642,000 lighting system at Baruch College set to make students safer on campus [DNAinfo]
6. Hotel 718 in Downtown Brooklyn to begin accepting guests in early April [Brownstoner]
7. Plans to expand a skateboarding park under the Manhattan Bridge could close down a neighboring dog run [DNAinfo]
8. Can the housing market catch a break from rising mortgage rates? [CNBC]
9. Interview with Adina Azarian, owner of Adina Equities [Grindstone]
10. Three affordable, “desirable” neighborhoods [NY Mag]
11. Fried pizza place comes to LES next week [Gothamist]
12. “Tallest chart in the history of Manhattan real estate” tracks every residential sale from 2003 to 2011 [Matrix]

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