Barclays Center box seats are relative bargain, Trulia prepares IPO … and more

July 26, 2012 08:00AM

1. At $165 per game, Barclays Center box seat with unlimited food and 40/40 access is relative bargain [NYDN]
2. Westside Market on UWS looks to boost sales with “man aisle” addition [Post]
3. Real estate listings website Trulia files for IPO [Reuters]
4. A visit to “the Jeffersons’ building” on East 85th Street in the wake of Sherman Hemsley’s passing [NYT]
5. Jets top overall draft pick, Quinton Coples, eyes $1.75M unit at 254 Park Avenue South [Post, 1st item]
6. UBS housing analyst is still neutral on housing because of tight underwriting standards [WSJ]
7. Flushing BID looks to entice tourism by promoting foodie-friendly restaurant scene [NYDN]
8. A look at Christine Quinn’s weekends on the Jersey Shore [NYT]
9. Madonna nabs 8,500-square-foot rental home on three acres on Blank Lane starting Sept. 15 [Post, 4th item]
10. Three miles from Olympic Village in London, thousands live in illegal “sheds with beds” [Bloomberg]
11. Central Park’s Harlem Meer area will get a $3M upgrade [NYDN]
12. For filming of “Eleanor Rigby,” actress Jessica Chastain rents in Soho Mews for $10,000 a month [Post, 3rd item]
13. N/V Realty Group brokerage office that opened March in Park Slope closes [Here’s Park Slope]
14. Photos of workers constructing iconic NYC skyscrapers [NYDN]
15. Ex-Citi CEO Sandy Weill, who sold his 15 CPW penthouse for $88M, calls for breaking up big banks [Post]
16. Starwood Hotel‘s second quarter profits drop [Bloomberg]
17. Bronx super indicted on charges of running dog-fighting operation in building basement [NYDN]
18. Richard “Cheech” Marin stayed in Joe Farrell’s Polo Club development in Southampton; his unit is asking $40,000 for August [Post, 2nd item]
19. Rebuilt Forest Park Carousel in Flushing Meadow-Corona Park draws 15,000 visitors [NYDN]