In Williamsburg, Hasidic dress code for hipsters, U.S. home prices won’t return to peak levels until 2020 … and more

New York /
Jul.July 23, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Midtown costs tenants $114.30 per foot, tops in the U.S. but 14th worldwide [WSJ, 2nd item]
2. Williamsburg Hasids battle hipsters by imposing dress codes in stores [Post]
3. On Greenpoint’s development: “It’s going to be nothing like Hoboken” [NYT]
4. Chicago parking company ParkWhiz prepares to capitalize on inevitable Barclays Center traffic nightmare [Capital NY]
5. Why New Yorkers should be thankful the city isn’t hosting the 2012 Olympics [NYDN]
6. U.S. housing prices are rising, but won’t equal peak levels until 2020 [Forbes]
7. Upper East Siders say Second Avenue Subway sidewalk barricades are endangering neighbors [Post]
8. In gentrification, Harlem loses many of Franco Gaskin’s 200 murals painted over the last 35 years [NYT]
9. Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, who designed rising West 57th Street pyramid, is fast becoming one of the best-regarded designers in the world [WSJ]
10. Office landlords work to green building plumbing systems, but none top that of 1 Bryant Park [Crain’s]
11. Super punches tenant of Sunset Park building who has fought for much-needed repairs [NYDN]
12. Thanks to Google, 111 Eighth Avenue has fast internet, big data center and best backup power in the city [Post]
13. Free cab rides — courtesy of Purina — to New Yorkers who talk felines [CNBC]
14. Manufacturer of Kombucha takes Pfizer’s old Williamsburg factory space [Brooklyn Paper]
15. Bloomberg allocates $3M to replenish thinning parts of Rockaway Beach [NYDN]
16. Harlem Lofts founder Robb Pair is named president of Manhattan Association of Realtors [Crain’s]
17. Huntington Village offers rare opportunity of urban-like living on Suffolk County [WSJ]
18. In column, Eva Moskowitz defends her widely criticized Success Academy charter schools [Post]
19. How houses painted by Edward Hopper look today [NYT]
20. Neighbors fear noise from forthcoming shuffleboard bar in Gowanus [Brooklyn Paper]
21. Vanilla Ice will remake a Woodhaven home on his DIY cable channel show [Post]
22. Macy’s fireworks show could return to the East River [NYDN]
23. Bank officials defend Chase Manhattan Plaza closure downtown [DNAinfo]
24. City successfully cracks down on Gansevoort Park Avenue hotel parties, after Post articles on crowds [Post]
25. London-based lunch chain Wasabi, selling individually wrapped sushi, begins NYC expansion [WSJ, 1st item]


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Matt Lauer exposes Hamptons estate to the market
Matt Lauer exposes Hamptons estate to the market
Matt Lauer exposes Hamptons estate to the market
 Fredrik Eklund and the property (Getty, Steve Frankel)
Fredrik Eklund lists Bel Air mansion for rent as family moves to “forever home”
Fredrik Eklund lists Bel Air mansion for rent as family moves to “forever home”
Gordon Ramsey and his Lucky Cat restaurant (Lucky Cat)
Gordon Ramsay to open first South Florida restaurant in Miami Beach
Gordon Ramsay to open first South Florida restaurant in Miami Beach
US HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge (Getty, iStock)
HUD secretary declares Miami “epicenter” of housing crisis
HUD secretary declares Miami “epicenter” of housing crisis
A photo illustration of the Gowanus neighborhood (iStock)
Judge OK’s Gowanus rezoning, calling opponents late and off base
Judge OK’s Gowanus rezoning, calling opponents late and off base
From left: 121 West 26th Street, Watermark’s Brendan Medzigian and Two Kings Principal Christopher Wang (Google Maps, Watermark , LinkedIn)
Watermark Capital sells Holiday Inn in Chelsea for $80 million
Watermark Capital sells Holiday Inn in Chelsea for $80 million
Carlton Hobbs with 60 East 93rd Street (Getty, Google Maps)
One of NYC’s widest townhouses sells for $53M
One of NYC’s widest townhouses sells for $53M
Kathy Hochul, Samy Nemir Olivares, Lee Zeldin, Nikki Lucas, Keron Alleyne, Erik Dilan (Getty Images, iStock, Nikki Lucas, Keron Alleyne, Samy Nemir Olivares, Facebook)
Real estate’s election winners and losers
Real estate’s election winners and losers
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...