Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate to grow in NYC, the Conde Nast effect on Lower Manhattan rents … and more

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Apr.April 23, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate to grow in NYC with addition of Queens brokerage [Inman News]
2. The Conde Nast effect: company’s move to One WTC made Lower Manhattan total rent post gain for first time since 2007 [GlobeSt]
3. While Walmart scandal broke this past weekend, company continues to push for NYC location, Bloomberg supports it [Crain’s]
4. Group of 900 co-op shareholders and condo owners take to Queens forum to protest inequity in property-tax system [Habitat]
5. Daughter of Bear Sterns CEO Jimmy Cayne lists UES home for $33.5M [Curbed]
6. Staple NYC eateries, diners, dwindle in number due to increased rents [Crain’s]
7. Electronic DJ Danny Tenaglia to relocate to Miami from LIC loft, which he had to go on tour to pay for after the unit lost $500,000 [Post]
8. Op-ed: UWS rezoning could have unintended consequences and hurt business [Crain’s]
9. Corcoran Group founder Barbara Corcoran offers entrepreneurs eight lessons [Inc.]
10. Column: Can New York real estate withstand reality television? [Crain’s]


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