Rent is due at Coney Island public housing despite ongoing outages, 2 Gold residents stranded ’til March … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 13, 2012 05:00 PM

1. 2 Gold Street residents told the earliest they can come back is Mar. 1, 2013 [Curbed]
2. Many Coney Island public housing building still do not have electricity, heat or hot water …  but rent is due this month [Gothamist]
3. Why do the super-rich flock to the same storied addresses? [BI]
4. Marvin Gaye’s former Hollywood Hills compound hits market for $3.8M [LAT]
5. Union Square Greenmarket finally returns post-Sandy [Gothamist]
6. Parrish Art Museum opens in Water Mill — marks first new art museum to open on East End in a century [BI]
7. New buildings and job cuts mean a looming surge in office vacancies in Sydney [Bloomberg News]
8. Halstead to exclusively market 260 Meserole Street in Bushwick [NYO]
9. Who to call when a deal is in distress [Trulia]
10. Treetop Development closes on two mixed-use Harlem buildings for $8.8M [NYO]
11. You’re gonna like the way you look: Men’s Warehouse inks 10-year 8,800-sf lease at E. 71st Street and Third Avenue — its first uptown location [Crain’s]

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