Silverstein proposes plan to pay for Manhattan bus garage, LPC says Corn Exchange plans are just a starting point … and more

April 25, 2012 05:00PM

1. Larry Silverstein proposes erecting and paying for Manhattan bus garage by putting residential tower on top [Crain’s]
2. Landmarks Preservation Commission calls restoration plans for Corn Exchange a starting point [Curbed]
3. New York Genome Center in talks to lease 144,000 square feet, hopes to become one of largest gene sequencing and bioinformatics centers in U.S. [Crain’s]
4. Cushman CEO Glenn Rufrano talks about retailers expanding internationally [Retail Traffic]
5. Rendering released of new St. Ann’s Warehouse performance space [Brownstoner]
6. Park Avenue home of late W.P. Carey founder sells [Curbed]
7. Fino175 in Fort Greene gives another go as rental [Brownstoner]
8. Real estate lexicon defined [Today]
9. Renderings released for Baccarat Midtown location [WSJ]
10. Former Warhol muse apartment returns to market with $18.5M asking price [Curbed]
11. Apartment-hunting tips from industry pros [TONY]