After Mondrian ban, sex party gets interest from rival NYC hotels, no bottle service at Jay-Z’s Barclay’s Center club … and more

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Jun.June 21, 2012 05:00 PM

1. City hotels reach out to host sex party that got busted last weekend at the Mondrian Hotel [NYDN]
2. No bottle service allowed at Jay-Z’s 40/40 Club at Barclay’s Center [Post]
3. But the State Liquor Authority seems poised to allow alcohol sales at Barclays to go on until 2 a.m. [The Local]
4. State senator wants to know how post office closures will impact city [DNAinfo]
5. CBRE nabs 880,000-square-foot leasing agreement for three NJ buildings [GlobeSt]
6. City Rent Guidelines Board expected to increase rents of rent-stabilized units tonight [DNAinfo]
7. Rockrose Development’s Linc LIC tops out [GlobeSt]
8. Get your birthday cake latte at Brooklyn’s new Seattle’s Best Coffee location [Brownstoner]
9. Astoria residents join chorus of complaints against noisy sidewalk cafes [DNAinfo]
10. Women’s retailer Variazioni to Open On 68th Street and Columbus Avenue [West Side Rag]
11. Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, which Ben Shaoul purchased, gets stripped of its awning [EV Grieve]
12. Monday soiree raised funds for a lawsuit against NYU 2031 [The Villager]
13. A look inside Madison Ave’s revamped Roger Williams hotel, now known as the Roger [Hotel Chatter]
14. Three new NYC hotel restaurants worth checking out [Hotel Chatter]
15. Despite $2.5M price cut, Southampton estate still has $22.5M ask [Curbed]
16. Do you know where you’ll want to live in 2032? [Business Insider]


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