Is Brooklyn’s priciest mansion worth $25M?, ten buildings at risk under Midtown East rezoning proposal … and more

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Nov.November 20, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Debating whether Brooklyn’s priciest mansion, listed at $25 million, is really worth it [CNBC]
2. The proposed Midtown rezoning could put these buildings in danger [Curbed]
3. 666 Park is no 740 Park, “740 Park” author writes [Michael Gross]
4. 80 percent of NYC voters believe in investing billions into storm infrastructure [NYO]
5. Financial Protection Bureau signs 21,000-square-foot lease at 2 Grand Central Tower [Crain’s]
6. Checking in at 51 Astor Place: windows are going up [EV Grieve]
7. Michael Lonsway is Forest City Ratner’s new CFO [Press Release]
8. America’s priciest ZIP codes [Twitter]
9. Macy’s, Lord and Taylor and Henri Bendel reveal window holiday displays [Curbed]
10. Should you ask your doorman for a co-op board rec? [Brick Underground]
11. Boerum Hill bakery Bien Cuit inks 10-year 5,000-sf lease for wholesale baking kitchen, bakery to also open first Manhattan location in the Village in December [Crain’s]
12. Actress Sharon Stone sells Beverly Hills house at a loss [Yahoo]


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