American Realty Capital snags $124M in RE in year’s final week, Lenox Lounge to reopen … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 04, 2013 08:00 AM

1. American Realty Capital buys $124M in real estate in 2012’s final week [Globe St.]
2. Historic Lenox Lounge to reopen near original space in Harlem by next summer, owner says [DNAinfo]
3. Miami mansion where Versace was gunned down is listed at “outrageously inflated” price of $100 million, owners of the debt say  [NYT]
4. FEMA signs for 10K square feet on Staten Island [REW]
5. Finding a home for a musician — with insulation and space — can be a daunting task for any real estate broker [NYT]
6. Metacapital Mortgage Opportunities Fund offered nearly 40 percent returns in first ten months of 2012 [Bloomberg News]
7. The Park Slope of Hong Kong? [WSJ]
8. Private-equity investor J. Christopher Flowers buys 640 Park Avenue co-op for $20M [WSJ]
9. Brooklyn restaurateur to offer the Water Table, a “dinner boat” featuring seasonal New England cuisine and leaving from Greenpoint [Brownstoner]


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