Larry Gaslow pays all cash for an Azure unit, Andre Balazs plans big changes for the Standard East Village … and more

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Apr.April 12, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Larry Gaslow pays all cash for $4.07M Azure unit [Post, 2nd item]
2. Big changes are in the works for the Standard East Village public spaces [EVGrieve]
3. Inside the newly renovated, 110-year-old Algonquin hotel [HotelChatter]
4. Four sales have closed in revived 1 North Moore condo [Curbed]
5. Flatbush Avenue Chinese takeout spot is among eight buildings for sale today in foreclosure auction [Village Voice]
6. New foreclosures were down in the city, but signs point to a looming increase [Curbed]
7. Another chain is coming to Bedford Avenue replacing two homegrown businesses [Brooklyn Paper]
8. Search for cheap rents in underground rental market leaves Bronx tenants vulnerable to scams [NYDN]
9. TV personality heads to Montauk to save landmarked Gurney’s Inn [Travel Channel]
10. Inside the Inwood rental of a Tony winning Broadway couple [Post]
11. Lisa Lampinelli shops for new UWS apartment, but lands on contracted Dorset unit [Post, 1st item]
12. Two people injured in Harlem apartment building fire [DNAinfo]
13. Giants star Jason Pierre-Paul buys $1.3M Boca Raton mansion [Post, 5th item]
14. Soundview public housing tenants angry over lack of handicap ramps [NYDN]
15. Ditmas Park gets new cafe in space left vacant by mysterious disappearance of previous tenant [NYDN]
16. Appeals court judge reverses course, bars Aldon James from National Arts Club [NYT]
17. JPMorgan will wage war against investors seeking to recoup losses from housing bonds that went bust [Bloomberg]

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