The Real Deal New York

Nightlife impresario Jayma Cardoso sells GV abode, grandparents as amenities … and more

December 21, 2012 05:00PM

1. Jayma Cardoso of Lavo, GoldBar and Surf Lodge fame sells small, but très chic Greenwich Village abode for $1.4M [Curbed]
2. A post-Sandy guide to tenants rights [Streeteasy]
3. A doorman, a gym, a roof terrace — and grandma and grandpa. Grandparents as the ultimate amenity [NYT]
4. Elle’s editor-in-chief buys on West End Avenue co-op for $1.9 million [NYO]
5. Trulia’s Housing Barometer: We’re halfway to “normal” [Trulia]
6. Upper West Side multi-family that lingered on the market for years trades for $5.1 million [NYO]
7. Unsold Caribbean inventory attracting second home buyers looking for deals [WSJ]
8. All those artisanal pickles and gourmet beef jerky packages are great for Brooklyn’s economy [Brooklyn Eagle]
9. Nancy Sinatra unloads her Santa Monica home for $5 million [LA Times]
10. Thor offers rent cuts to Coney Island merchants [Crain’s]
11. Noho industrial building goes residential, thanks to Stillman Development [NYO]
12. Pinnacle’s $869 million all-cash deal for Ameristar Casinos [NYT]
13. Meet the master of the miniature model home [WSJ]
14. Behind the scenes of “Selling New York” [Core]
15. Even amid all of the talk about “micro units,” big houses are making a comeback [Realtor Magazine]
16. The collaboration that built Washington, D.C.’s first “passive house” [WP]
17. Baruch College to Get A Public Plaza [DNAinfo]
18. Saved by the Benefactor: Imperiled Frank Lloyd Wright house in Phoenix is out the woods [Curbed]