Security apparatus could be cause of De Niro’s co-op fire, Sunshine Cinema wants to sell food and booze … and more

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Oct.October 03, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Security apparatus may be to blame for June fire in Robert De Niro’s UWS co-op [NYDN]
2. Car crashes into Orchard Street grocery store [Bowery Boogie]
3. Japanese media company Fujisankei Communications International, Inc. re-signs its 21,222-sf lease at Tower 52 [Observer]
4. 535 East 11th Street to get nearly 50 units of affordable housing [Curbed]
5. Westchester and Fairfield counties see decline in leasing during the third quarter [NYO]
6. SI home that got hit by an alleged drunk driver last week has long history of illegal apartment conversion complaints [DNAinfo]
7. Demand for rentals is on the decline [CNBC]
8. Dogs make friends, get pampered at city’s “Zen” dog concierges [NYO]
9. Sunshine Cinema on Houston Street wants to open a café, sell booze [Gothamist]
10. Theory head Andrew Rosen buys penthouse at former St. Vincent’s site for $13M [NYO]
11. Side-by-side comparison of Obama’s and Romney’s homes [BI]
12. Like to entertain? These mansions have posh “party rooms” [Forbes]
13. A $6M L.A. manse comes with two stripper poles [AOL]
14. “Call in an appraiser” and other advice for downsizers who don’t know what stuff to keep and what to get rid of [Forbes]

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