Edge Fund Advisors pay $230 per foot for 4 New York Plaza, Rudin’s plan for West 12th Street conversion impresses community board … and more

April 18, 2012 08:00AM

1. Old Tootsie Roll factory at 325 West Broadway hits the market, could fetch $30M [Post, 2nd item]
2. A first look at One57’s rising glass facade, as it reaches final setback [A Fine Blog] and [NY Yimby]
3. Rudin’s revised West 12th Street plan impresses CB2; renderings of 54 Bond Street had the opposite effect [Curbed]
4. Edge Fund Advisors wins 4 New York Plaza, bidding $230 per foot [Post, 3rd item]
5. CUNY close to consolidating offices with 161,000-square-foot deal at 205 East 42nd Street [NYO]
6. Rental building at 133 Water Street begins listing units for sale with BHS [DumboNYC]
7. Huguette Clark’s jewelry gets auctioned off for combined $20.8M, well above estimated value [Post]
8. LPC praises South Street Seaport redevelopment plan [DNAinfo]
9. New York startups raised $335M last quarter, as city is named second biggest tech hub [Post]
10. Weisner’s fashion accessory brand AHQ takes 10,400 square feet at 10 West 33rd Street [Crain’s]
11. Chloe signs deal at 93 Greene Street, where asking rent was more than $300 per foot [Post, 5th item]
12. Seeing opportunity, U.S. Bancorp will expand mortgage business [Bloomberg]
13. City bills Queens homeowner thousands for unnecessary sidewalk work [NYDN]
14. Scarsdale resident upset over brick work outside home, throws brick at worker [LoHud]
15. Lifestyle brand Vince Camuto takes retail space asking $500 per foot at 30 West 34th Street [Post, 6th item]
16. Conversion at 30 Washington Street in Dumbo begins [DumboNYC]
17. Bean to combine two storefronts along First Avenue in East Village [EVGrieve]
18. BofA will probably declare $2B of home loans bad assets [Bloomberg]
19. Swarovski gets 1,400-square-foot retail space at 365 Madison Avenue [Post, 4th item]
20. Justin Timberlake gets in to interior design [NYDN]
21. Former Barbizon Hotel on East 63rd Street gets landmarked [DNAinfo]
22. Morgan Stanley’s lease could bring 1,350 new workers downtown [Post]
23. City set to install infrastructure to ease chronic flooding problem in southeast Queens [NYDN]