SK Development acquires Bond Street development site, Zimbabwe leader vocally supports Trump sons hunting safari … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 28, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Zimbabwe wildlife leader supports Trump sons hunting safari, says revenue from such trips is “vital” [Post]
2. Though Case-Shiller shows falling prices, declining inventory sparks bidding wars in some U.S. cities, including Seattle and Miami [Bloomberg]
3. 316 East 3rd Street is demolished, set to give way to 33-unit Karl Fischer project [EV Grieve]
4. Stringer should make “no-brainer” decision to allow NYU expansion, editorial says [Post]
5. Grey Advertising seeks up to 70,000 square feet in the city, eyes 620 Sixth Ave [NYO]
6. Owners of Bed-Stuy’s Slave Theater pushes for arrest of longtime “caretaker,” so they can sell the building [NYDN]
7. SK Development acquires stalled development site at 8-12 Bond Street [Post, 2nd item]
8. Savanna’s 80 Broad donates 11,250 square feet to the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council [GlobeSt]
9. Queens super faces 75 years prison after being convicted of plotting to sell weapons to Hezbollah [Post]
10. Four 19th century Hudson Square homes near Dominick and Spring streets are landmarked [DNAinfo]
11. Former Great Jones Lumber building to be converted into residential with two new stories [Local EV]
12. Port Authority turns on power at WTC site [Post]
13. Struggling developers behind Domino Sugar factory project spent more than $100,000 to gain from Williamsburg groups [Brooklyn Paper]
14. Prudential plans to increase commercial mortgage lending by $2B this year [WSJ]
15. More than 400 Rockaway residents vote on how to spend $1M in participatory budget [NYDN]
16. Aerial photos show progress on Southampton’s forthcoming new Parrish Art Museum [Patch]
17. Judge orders Flatbush Gardens landlord to allow workers to return to work with 20 percent pay cut [NYDN]
18. Work clothes outfitter HW Carter & Sons signs lease for raw, industrial space at 127 North 6th Street in Williamsburg [Post, 3rd item]

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