Toll Brothers, Starwood likely to get Brooklyn Bridge Park call, Pier 40 push comes down to the wire … and more

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Jun.June 14, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Toll Brothers and Starwood team are likely winners for development at Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park [Crain’s]
2. Push to amend Pier 40 legislation to allow for housing comes down to the wire [The Villager]
3. Last remaining bomb shelter spaces in city gives big property tax rebates to owners [NYT]
4. “Millionaire Madam” Anna Gristina could go home as early as next week [DNAinfo]
5. Jamie Mullholland, former owner of the Surf Lodge, purchased East Houston Street property for nightclub [Bowery Boogie]
6. Early morning blaze at UES apartment building leaves firefighter seriously injured [DNAinfo]
7. Fashion mogul Donna Karan impressed with $28M townhouse at 80 Washington Place [Post, 4th item]
8. Hospital for Special Surgery unveils plans for new 207,000-square-foot, 13-story ambulatory care facility [DNAinfo]
9. New York Giants Justin Tuck “loves” RXR’s Scott Rechler, discusses talks real estate ventures with him [NYO]
10. Actress Jessica Chastain eyes UWS homes, but could now be more interested in buying downtown [Post, 3rd item]
11. Shoe designer Jimmy Choo takes 681 Fifth Avenue penthouse for showroom [NYO]


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