Michael Imperioli sells a mixed-use Tribeca building, Queens skyline could change significantly with zoning alterations … and more

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Apr.April 26, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Michael Imperioli unloads Tribeca townhouse listed for $5.98M [Post, 1st item]
2. A 17,000-square-foot shuffleboard club is slated to open in Gowanus [Gothamist]
3. Final approval is close for zoning changes that would allow massive, illuminated JetBlue sign atop Queens headquarters [NYT]
4. At 50 Gramercy Park North, penthouse duplex drops asking price to $18.9M and Karl Lagerfield chops asking price of his unit to $5.2M after listing it with Dolly Lenz [Post, 3rd item]
5. LPC unanimously approves Rudin’s latest St. Vincent’s plans [DNAinfo]
6. The Meatball Shop is expanding to Chelsea [Eater]
7. Mystery buyer pays $15M for 14,000-square-foot Water Mill mansion coveted by Jennifer Lopez [Post, 4th item]
8. DOT presents plan to remake Upper West Side streets [West Side Rag]
9. Morgan Stanley real estate executive pleads guilty to conspiracy relating to Chinese property transfer [Businessweek]
10. Insurance company tries to avoid compensating owners of Conn. home that burned down, killing daughters and their grandparents [Post]
11. East 74th Street townhouse has two pools, including one on rooftop [WSJ]
12. Emma Watson eyes $3.3M penthouse at 130 East 63rd Street [Post, 2nd item]
13. As senior population skyrockets in neighborhood, Bed-Stuy launches an Aging Improvement District [NYDN]
14. Elliman broker Melanie Lazenby will host a Sunday afternoon show on NBC [Post, 5th item]
15. Breakfast at Tiffany’s UES townhouse fetches $6 million [NYO]
16. Inside GMA co-anchor Lara Spencer’s Connecticut home [Post]


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