JPMorgan to sell $300M in CMBS with senior loan on HSBC tower, Whole Foods to exit Hamptons come Labor Day … and more

July 10, 2012 05:00PM

1. JPMorgan to sell $300M in commercial mortgage-backed securities with support from senior loan on Midtown HSBC tower [WSJ]
2. Following news of Mayor Bloomberg’s micro-unit contest, WNYC wants to know about your smallest apartment and how you made the space work [WNYC]
3. Hand-written protest sentiment gets scrawled on top of work permits at 27 East 7th Street renovation site [Local EV]
4. Gov. Cuomo announces updated 511NY website and cellphone app giving drivers traffic and construction updates [Governor’s office press release]
5. Thirteen NYC locations get reduced speed limits to 20 mph from 30 [Mayor’s office press release]
6. City Planning Commission to hold hearing tomorrow on Seward Park development plan [The Lo Down]
7. McCarren pool evacuated after first brown floater, so to speak, gets spotted [NYDN]
8. IIG Capital financial services firm almost doubles space at Times Square building, adding 5,679 square feet to HQ [Crain’s]
9. Whole Foods Hamptons pop-up to be gone come Labor Day [Curbed]
10. LES art scene gets newest addition: high-end contemporary art gallery to come to Bowery near New Museum [Crain’s]
11. In need of a superhero? Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art in Soho closes abruptly, reasons uknown [DNAinfo]
12. Take a look at this Burberry-print house in Norway [Curbed]