Hines Interests lands financing for 7 Bryant Park, Bloomberg will unveil new Willets Point plan tomorrow … and more

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Jun.June 13, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Hines lands JPMorgan cash for planned 7 Bryant Park tower [Crain’s]
2. Wynn closes on $70M penthouse: “It was an extravagant indulgence on my part, but it is so wonderful” [Post]
3. Price points have returned, but inventory is way down for new developments, says Corcoran Sunshine President Kelly Kennedy Mack [NYT]
4. Mayor Bloomberg will unveil Willets Point plan tomorrow [NYDN]
5. Morgan Stanley signs short-term renewal for 370,000 square feet at Harborside complex in New Jersey as it finalizes its NYC real estate decisions [Post, 4th item]
6. Bay Ridge brick-and-mortar businesses find success in battle against controversial food cart [Brooklyn Paper]
7. A look at the Boatel, a hotel built out of discarded boats on the Far Rockaway’s marina [NYDN]
8. Despite foreign interest, domestic buyers won’t be forced out of U.S. housing market [USNews]
9. Flash sale site Ideeli moves to the New York Times building from Little Italy [Crain’s]
10. Kids at Art moves to 1412 Second Avenue from 431 East 73rd Street [Post, 5th item]
11. Environmentalists prepare to fight natural gas pipeline extension through Rockaways [NYDN]
12. Force-placed insurers overcharged homeowners, and NY tries to change [NYT]
13. JLL looks to raise $700M for Asian property investment fund [Bloomberg]
14. A look at some of the 450 neon signs in New York catalogued by artist Thomas Rinaldi [NYT]
15. In move to block FreshDirect, South Bronx residents sue over environmental review neglect [NYDN]
16. U.S. Army brings in private hoteliers to operate its 17,000 rooms [NYT]
17. Brand strategy firm Addison moves to 48 Wall Street from 20 Exchange Place [Post, 3rd item]

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