West 54th Street Movielab building seeks nearly $400 per foot, Tim Tebow rents in Hoboken … and more

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Apr.April 25, 2012 08:00 AM

1. KBS Realty Advisors looks to sell 619 West 54th Street for a price in the high $300s per square foot [Post, 2nd item]
2. Atlantic Yards Watch says sidewalks surrounding project are too narrow to accommodate Nets crowds [NYDN]
3. Random House extends part of its lease at 1745 Broadway even though it doesn’t expire until June 2018 [Post, 1st item]
4. Despite criticism, developer of 74-84 Third Avenue praises Karl Fischer’s architecture [Local EV]
5. Housing data shows the recovery took a step back in March, Trulia’s economist says [Forbes]
6. 1 WTC is five days away from being tallest structure in the city [Post]
7. Rumors that Fairway is in talks for Kips Bay lease are confirmed [Crain’s]
8. Foreclosure protestors disrupt Wells Fargo annual shareholders meeting [Post]
9. Tim Tebow rents at 2 Constitution Court in Hoboken [Zillow]
10. Georgette Mosbacher moves Borghese to 20th floor of 3 East 54th Street from 10 East 34th Street [Post, 4th item]
11. Beloved West Village video rental store, World of Video, loses lease [NYT]
12. Grubb broker Stuart Siegel jumps to CBRE [Post, 6th item]
13. Today is deadline to bid on IHOP building in East Village [EVGrieve]
14. Yankees Clubhouse Shop inks 10-year Renewal On East 59th Street [Post, 5th item]
15. Commercial signs along stretch of Upper East Side are too intrusive, assembly member says [DNAinfo]
16. Architecture firm Spector Group leases 13,000 square feet at 183 Madison Avenue [Post, 7th item]
17. NYC Department of Records makes available 870,000 never-before-seen photos of old New York [Post]
18. Parents occupy Cobble Hill public school to protest removal of asbestos during academic year [NYDN]
19. Pop-up furniture store is coming to 64-68 Wooster Street [Post, 3rd item]


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