Knicks’ Iman Shumpert rents at Mantena, One57 tops out … and more

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Jun.June 21, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Knicks’ Iman Shumpert rents a three-bedroom unit at the Mantena [Post, 1st item]
2. One57 tops out at 1,005 feet [NYO]
3. Michael Arad, architect of 9/11 Memorial, will design a rooftop garden for an EV school [Local EV]
4. Art dealer Tom Nye is selling his Sagaponack home for $6M [Post, 3rd item]
5. City to provide funding for city’s most creative BIDs [NYDN]
6. Real estate mogul Harry Dubin’s ‘Real Housewife’ ex-wife claims she’s owed nearly $300,000 [Post]
7. “Octomom” faces foreclosure in California [WSJ]
8. Clothier Joe Fresh signs for fourth Manhattan store at 1055 Madison Avenue [NYO]
9. 973 Fifth and 815 Fifth, asking $40M and $25M, respectively, are in contract [Post, 2nd item]
10. Celebrating 10 years of a successful halfway house in a beautiful Riverside Drive structure [NYDN]
11. Jessica Chastain shops for $1.19 co-op at 119 West 85th Street [Post, 4th item]
12. Why designer Murray Moss loves living among tourists in Midtown [NYMag]
13. How to learn more about the history of your home [NYDN]
14. Le Parker Meridien hotel transforms basement into mecca of beauty, fitness and wellness [Post]
15. Pianist Jeremy Denk’s Manhattan apartment is so small, he has nothing else to do but play the instrument [NPR]
16. A look at underappreciated green spaces across the five boroughs, and homes for sale in the vicinity [Post]

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