Moby sells renovated condo for $5.8M, new season of “Selling New York” debuts next week … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 29, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Moby sells 7 Bond Street condo, which he renovated to include a 37-foot great room, for $5.8 million [Curbed]
2. Grab yer popcorn. The sixth season of “Selling New York” debuts next week [Curbed]
3. Iconic Coney Island hot dog purveyor Nathan’s Famous, damaged by Sandy, won’t reopen until the spring [Brooklyn Paper]
4. And Rockaways won’t get subway service restored until mid-2013 [NY1]
5. But Chelsea Piers — where ice rinks, basketball courts and electric systems were destroyed — will reopen on Saturday [DNAinfo]
6. See ya suburbia. America’s growth in homeownership over the last century almost entirely concentrated in condos, co-ops and townhouse complexes–not suburban single-family homes [Atlantic Cities]
7. Art gallery owner Barbara Gladstone gets $6.5 million for her condo in Richard Meier-designed 165 Charles Street [NYO]
8. Trulia reaches deal with Primedia, owner of Apartment Guide, to add 5 million rental units to listing database [Trulia]
9. Unknown buyer pays $12.2 million for pair of Upper East Side townhouses priced at $11.9 million [NYO]


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