The Real Deal New York

Douglas Elliman asks Google to clear “Prudential” from its cache, Brooklyn Navy Yard building lists for $26M … and more

December 14, 2012 08:00AM

1. In light of its name change, Douglas Elliman asks Google to clear its cache [NYO]
2. Industrial building hits the market for $26 million in Brooklyn’s Navy Yard [REW]
3. Miami’s One Ocean condominium sales center goes art gallery [NYT]
4. Inside the sleek Santa Fe home of fashion designer Tom Ford [Curbed]
5. Great-great-grandson of real estate magnate John Jacob Astor appeals to New York Court to avoid prison [WSJ]
6. 1.2 million-square-foot parcel trades in Shanghai for record $864 million [Bloomberg]
7. Mayor Bloomberg signs law restricting pedicab fares [AP]
8. Ultra-modern home hits the market in Omaha, Neb. for just under $1 million [NBC News]
9. Post-Sandy, officials look to the Dutch for anti-flooding technology [Crain’s]
10. Tutoring company Fusion Learning inks 8,270-square-foot lease in Midtown with the Moinian Group [NYREJ]