Chelsea Green is selling fast, broker who sued Burkle in Soho House deal gets booted from club … and more

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Aug.August 17, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Broker that sued Ron Burkle for Soho House commission gets booted from club because he’s not in the “creative industries” [Post]
2. Eco-friendly Chelsea Green has contracts for 47 of 51 units despite being more than a year from opening [NYDN]
3. Trulia files for $75M IPO [HuffPo]
4. Lenders are less likely to help homeowners refinance second homes [NYT]
5. Olivier Sarkozy buys East 10th Street townhouse with Mary-Kate Olsen for $6.25 million [Post]
6. A look at the Colorado home Ryan Serhant is listing for his parents [NYDN]
7. Heartland Brewery owner plans restaurant in 5,000-square-foot West Village garage [DNAinfo]
8. Maintenance man at Hampshire House sues co-op for alleged “de facto segregation” [Post]
9. City gives $2M to old Pfizer HQ in Williamsburg to modernize building for smaller companies [Crain’s]
10. Another look at the development in Yonkers around the uncovered Saw Mill River [WSJ]
11. Sphere sculpture that survived 9/11 attacks needs new home immediately, as BPC location prepares for construction [NYT]
12. Pols pledge support for tenants of Gluck’s Independence Plaza North seeking rent-stabilization [DNAinfo]
13. Not out of the clear yet: rent-stabilized tenants of NYU building sue school to block construction on the park in front of their building [Post]
14. Ikea to launch budget hotel chain [NYDN]
15. As Park Avenue prepares to get remade, a look back at the rise of the thoroughfare when trains tracks were submerged [NYT]
16. Morgan Stanley real estate trader gets nine months in prison for unlawfully enriching himself [Post]
17. Bloomberg announces $7.5M gift for Coney Island aquarium shark tank [NYDN]
18. Internal report shows JFK Airport left open the fence protecting its giant fuel pipeline [Post]
19. The hunt for a $440,000 one-bedroom Manhattan apartment with a three-digit maintenance [NYT]


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