Verizon to open in old H&H store, what does today’s Supreme Court Obamacare ruling mean for REIT investors? … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 28, 2012 05:00 PM

1. What does today’s health care ruling mean for some REIT investors? [CNBC]
2. CEO of Africa-Israel Investments Izzy Cohen resigns after four years on the job [Reuters]
3. City Council set to pass UWS zoning proposal geared to protect local businesses from chains [Crain’s]
4. Triangle Sporting Goods space near the Barclays Center closes for good [Here’s Park Slope]
5. A Verizon location is set to occupy H & H’s old UWS storefront [New Yorker]
6. Harlem-based Mt. Moriah church pews get re-used for forthcoming Harlem Public bar [Harlem + Bespoke]
7. With Barclays Center opening, Lebron is thankful not to have to stay in Newark: “We get to be in Brooklyn and have some good times” [NYDN via Hotel Chatter]
8. NJ property owners likely to consider renting their homes to Grand Prix of America attendees [REW]
9. Vox Media, a D.C.-based Internet company, signs nearly 17,000-sf lease at Savanna’s 104 West 40th Street [Savanna press release]
10. Take a look inside the new Meatpacking District eatery-slash-club Toy [Eater]
11. Surprisingly, a New York City property does not top the list of America’s most expensive homes [CNBC]
12. Following mortgage troubles, actor Armand Assante works to sell 100 acres of upstate N.Y. property [WSJ]
13. Follow these tips to negotiate your lease with your landlord if rising rents are in the equation [Business Insider]


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