Savanna sinks more money into struggling 2 Rector Street, A-Rod lists Miami Beach home for $38M … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 13, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Six-story glass living room rises around Columbus statue in Columbus Circle [NYT]
2. Savanna pumps more money into flailing 2 Rector Street office tower [WSJ, 1st item]
3. A-Rod lists Miami Beach estate for $38 million [Post]
4. John Legend will christen Barclays Center’s Cushman & Wakefield Theater [NYDN]
5. Stock price of cinema owner Reading International vastly undervalues its NYC real estate holdings [Barron’s]
6. Paul McCartney performs in Ronald Perelman’s East Hampton benefit for Harlem’s Apollo Theater [Post]
7. Not so fast: legal dispute jeopardizes H&H Bagels’ Fulton Street opening [NYT]
8. Four-times as many $50M-plus listings now as there were right before the crash in 2008 [NY Mag]
9. Williamsburg is tops among the city’s best neighborhoods for real estate investment [NYDN]
10. Donald Trump’s controversial Scotland golf couse brings in $1.2M in first week [Post, 1st item]
11. Potbelly’s joins other retail upgrades by opening first Brooklyn shop at Muss’ 345 Adams Street [WSJ, 3rd item]
12. Africa-Israel stock price falls to lowest in 11 years thanks to its Russian property unit [Bloomberg]
13. Livestream moves to Williamsburg, which CEO touts over Dumbo, from Google’s Chelsea building [Post]
14. How a Queens cake-supply store represents the city’s changing demographics [NYT]
15. Bensonhurst residents sue to block waste transfer station at site of old incinerator [NYDN]
16. How to install a wall in an apartment under city’s push to eliminate illegal rooms [NY1]
17. Another article touts Red Hook while noting its zoning restrictions [Crain’s]
18. NYCHA doesn’t keep inventory on millions worth of parts and supplies [NYDN]

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