GSA moves forward on 1 WTC lease, a look at Amy Sacco’s latest venture … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 14, 2012 08:00 AM

1. With new club, Amy Sacco maintains her title as the city’s queen of the night [NYT]
2. Sarah Jessica Parker “spiffs up” WV townhouse in advance of President Obama’s visit [Post]
3. Homeowners complain new readers helped city collect record $3 billion in water bills [NYDN]
4. A power outage hit the national REIT conference in Midtown [WSJ]
5. New administrator explains plans for Flushing Meadows-Corona Park [NYDN]
6. Claire Danes finds renter and Winklevoss twins, a.k.a. Winklevii, check out $14.5M Charles Street apartment [Post, 2nd item]
7. Inside a Chelsea townhouse that underwent years of renovation [NYT]
8. Mattress store Duxiana, restaurant Tetsu and Spanish spa Aire all prepare to open in Tribeca [Post]
9. Tenants of Bronx building evacuated for fire escape removal express outrage as landlord said replacement could take six weeks [NYDN]
10. Sears could continue selling off assets as profit rose last quarter thanks to sales of smaller locations [Post]
11. Rent Guidelines Board hears testimony discussing proposed hikes for rent-regulated tenants [NY1]
12. DJ Sky sells West 20th Street apartment for $2.75M to artist Judy Blotnick [Post, 1st item]
13. Bret Easton Ellis lists his East Village apartment for rent [NYO]
14. More details on VE Equities’ forthcoming 290 West Street condo [Post]
15. City Council introduces bill to allow restaurants earlier sidewalk brunch service [NYT]
16. Wife vehemently denies Kazakh official’s accusations that she swindled him out of $20M apartment [Post]
17. Inside the Harlem townhouse of Tony Award winner David Gallo [WSJ]
18. GSA moves closer to 270,000-sf lease at 1 WTC worth $66.33 per foot minus concessions [Post]
19. Mapping the top nightlife establishments in Montauk [NYT]

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