Big box tenant sought for Shoe Mania space in Union Square, replica of Disney’s Haunted House hits market … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 04, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Big box retail hits market in Union Square [EVGrieve]
2. Disney Haunted House replica on market for $873,000 in Georgia [Daily Mail]
3. Doorman at UWS building where rape took place fears termination, says cutbacks created lax building security [NYDN]
4. Murray Moss, who shuttered his famed design shop, has a new showroom.  [NYT]
5. Barclays food goes gluten-free, organic [Brooklyn Paper]
6. Julianne Moore jewels stolen from her West Village home during construction project [NYP]
7. Atlantic Theater Company’s renovations revealed [NYO]
8. New hotel booking site partners with luxe chains, throws in freebies [Business Insider]
9. Lafayette Park, Detroit thrives [NYT]
10. J.C. Penney to bring line of Giggle-branded baby products to its stores [Crain’s]
11. Demolition of Arizona Frank Lloyd-Wright designed home is on hold [CNBC]
12. Campbell’s soup heiress’ Rhode Island home is on the market for $15.75 million. [Zillow]
13. Massive marijuana farm discovered on Chicago’s South Side [NYDN]
14. Skyrocketing Rio rents mask struggling buyers market [Bloomberg]
15. 36 elementary and middle schools could close [DNAinfo]
16. For one Sutton Place couple, separate bathrooms is key to solving differences over design [WSJ]

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