hits the market, Bronx bodega attacked with Molotov cocktail Christmas morning … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 26, 2012 08:00 AM

1. As 1 World Trade nears completion, a Florida man has put the domain name up for sale [NYP, 1st item]
2. Bronx bodega attacked with Molotov cocktail Christmas morning [DNAinfo]
3. Russian police nab former government official for stealing $330 million worth of real estate [NYT]
4. Alphabet City continues its upswing, with a new cocktail lounge named after the 1949 noir classic the Third Man [Gothamist]
5. How the new medicare tax will effect real estate [NYLJ]
6. An interview with View the Space CEO Nick Romito [NYT]
7. SUNO, the fashion label popularized by Michelle Obama and Rihanna, is taking 5,000 square feet 260 West 39th Street [NYP, 3rd item]
8. An airport in Denver turns into residential development [NYT]
9. Swedish retailer Happy Socks won’t arrive at 436 West Broadway — where it is estimate that it is paying $780 per square foot in a 10 year lease — until next spring [NYP, 4th item]
10. South Florida tourism to hit new record in 2013 [Sun Sentinel]
11. The College Bound Network inked a lease in the Meatpacking District for nearly $100 per square foot [NYP, 5th item]

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