The Real Deal New York

Columbus Circle apartment complex trades off-market for $42.5M, Chinese developers eye U.S. home construction … and more

November 28, 2012 08:00AM

1. Imperium Capital, Bronstein Partners close on purchase of $42.5 million Columbus Circle apartment complex [NYP, 2nd item]
2. Chinese developers increasingly interested in U.S. residential developments [WSJ]
3. Plaza Hotel unveils 900-pound “Gatsby” Christmas Tree [Hotel Chatter]
4. Joseph Tabak, Michael Ring square off in court over $112.5 million stake in 14 New York City buildings [Law360]
5. The I.M. Pei-designed Centurion in Midtown releases new penthouse renderings [Curbed]
6. A chat with Richard Mack, founder of AREA Property Partners [NYT]
7. Is good architecture the answer to New York City’s homeless problem? [NYMag]
8. Myanmar generates global real estate interest [WSJ]
9. Would a wetland perimeter save New York City from another Sandy? [CBSNews]
10. Malayan Banking Berhad, a Malaysian Bank, is expanding onto an entire 14,812-square-foot floor at 400 Park Avenue [NYP, 3rd item]