Waterman sells 130 Prince to Invesco for $140M, NYC landlords won’t rent to Madoff’s son … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 04, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Bernie Madoff’s son can’t find an NYC landlord that will rent to him [Post]
2. Waterman, JPMorgan sell 130 Prince Street for $140.5 million, $28.5 million more than they paid in 2007 [WSJ, 2nd item]
3. Bonobos plans more upper-floor retail stores, eyeing West Village, Soho and Tribeca [Crain’s]
4. Fire on 89th floor of 1 WTC rages for nearly two hours [Post]
5. Entrepreneur brings solar-powered phone chargers to Zuccotti Park [NYT]
6. 147 First Avenue is latest addition to Hotel Toshi empire [EVGrieve]
7. Commune Hotels will build first ground-up hotel at West 31st Street in NoMad [Post]
8. Were Abacus executives really innocent in mortgage fraud indictment? [Crain’s]
9. Transportation companies trade Pier 78 for $7.5 million [WSJ, 1st item]
10. PA official charged with 1 WTC security planning is fired for holding talks with competing vendors [Post]
11. Noted bank critic Laurie Goodman cuts lenders slack amid increasing regulations [Bloomberg]
12. 20 Jay Street gets artistic, illuminated water tower sculpture [Brooklyn Paper]
13. Steve Wynn says Atlantic City will never recapture its glory [Post]
14. Activists push city to bring more sand to Rockaway Beach [NYDN]
15. Times, CUNY publish report on how city has changed since 1940 census [NYT]
16. President Obama will visit 1 WTC June 14 [Post]
17. A look at the Conrad Hotel in Battery Park City [NYDN]
18. Roosevelt Island finally gets its Louis Kahn FDR memorial structure [WSJ]
19. Exploding gas tank injures two workers under High Line in Chelsea [Post]
20. $2.1 million Pearl Street playground opens [DNAinfo]
21. Despite amenities similar to its pricey Westchester neighbors, Tuckahoe offers lower prices [WSJ]

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