Prime Chelsea buildings sitting empty, NYCHA nixes evictions until year’s end .. and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 26, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Rather than renting for millions, group of prime Chelsea buildings sit almost empty [NYP]
2. NYCHA promises no more evictions until next year [NYDN]
3. A look at the press shy philanthropist behind Brooklyn’s new velodrome [NYT]
4. Chinese developer attempts world’s tallest skyscraper in just 90 days [NYDN]
5. Female brokers shatter glass ceiling [WSJ]
6. Hong Kong’s pricey housing killing birth rate [Business Insider]
7. Ivanhoe Cambridge taps CBRE for 1411 Broadway leasing [Crain’s]
8. Tribeca Summit loft shoots for quickie million [Curbed]
9. Hunting for an apartment with a view [NYT]
10. Retail grows Downtown [Crain’s]
11. Connecticut broker busted for allegedly lifting “For Sale” signs from lawns [Huffington Post]
12. Classic Yellowstone clubhouse hits auction block [Curbed]
13. Inside celebrity kitchens [NBC News]
14. A pictorial stroll down the Upper West Side’s Pomander Walk [Scouting NY]
15. Developers that went above and beyond city codes boast dry floors post-Sandy [NYT]

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