Law firm expands lease at Boston Properties’ rising tower, Jim Carrey shops for Dumbo clocktower penthouse … and more

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Jun.June 04, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Morrison & Foerster law firm takes additional 25,000-sf floor at Boston Properties’ 250 West 55th Street [Crain’s]
2. Bob Knakal says casino and convention center should be built on Governors Island [GlobeSt]
3. MSG generator room fire blazes for an hour, no injuries reported [DNAinfo]
4. Chinese consulate on West Street tops list of NYC’s most valuable consulates [Curbed]
5. Brooklyn building worker falls down elevator shaft, sustains head injuries [DNAinfo]
6. Townhouse purchased for $12M in 2010 has hit market for $24.2M [NYO]
7. Jim Carrey eyes Clock Tower penthouse unit in Dumbo [NYDN]
8. Hamptons rental charges $800 per hour [Curbed]
9. Parkside Lounge joins crowdfunding trend to help fund renovations [Bowery Boogie]
10. Living near protected areas of open spaces increases home values [Newsday]
11. As Windsor Terrace Key Food closes, residents left with few grocery options [DNAinfo]
12. How a N.J. woman fell for a vacation rental scam at 78 Mercer Street [NYT]


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