NYC officially has a new tallest skyscraper … and more

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Apr.April 30, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Step aside, Empire State Building. NYC officially has new tallest skyscraper: 1 WTC [NYDN]
2. Stewart House co-op board moves to evict woman accused of subletting dead mother’s apartment, resident says it’s a ploy [Post]
3. I.M. Pei and son push sales of penthouses at Centurion through new interior designs [NYO]
4. Mets third baseman David Wright finds buyer for Infinity Flats penthouse [Curbed]
5. Renovations and penthouse coming to 243 East 2nd Street [EV Grieve]
6. Meatpacking District housing mall-style retailers [Crain’s]
7. The pros and cons of using Google Apps for real estate [Placester]
8. Demolition underway at former Sigmund Schwartz Gramercy Park Chapel for new rental apartments [EV Grieve]
9. New Greenwood Heights beer garden that will soon open worries residents [Brooklyn Paper]
10. Need a stripper pole in your bedroom? Check out this Lower Manhattan rental. [Curbed]
11. Montreal-style deli Mile End opens new location in the East Village [Local EV]


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