Escalator climbs 1 WTC exterior, tracing those Sandy recovery funds … and more

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Dec.December 18, 2012 05:00 PM

1. An escalator climbs 1 WTC [Gothamist]
2. Tracing those Sandy recovery funds [about.com]
3. FroYo alert: Red Mango inks deal for new Chelsea location [Crain’s]
4. Banks ask New York state court judge to dismiss case brought by RMBS investors [Bloomberg]
5. Carroll Gardens townhouses are commanding sky-high prices [Curbed]
6. The advertising firm Interpublic Group scoops up 95,000 SF on West 33rd Street [NYO]
7. Atlanta’s priciest listing has a beauty salon on the premises [AOL]
8. Goldman Sachs’ charitable arm donates $1.4 million to help Sandy-ravaged neighborhoods [Crain’s]
9. Will Fort Greene’s Fowler Square become a permanent fixture? [Streetsblog]
10. In Q3, users spent a combined total of 584 years on Trulia’s real estate apps [Trulia]
11. Newark Mayor Cory Booker has higher office on his mind [NYO]
12. Pace Gallery is reportedly close to inking a lease for space at Related Companies’ West 25th building [Crain’s]
13. Where do ice queens live? In ice palaces, of course [Curbed]


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