Digital advertising firm inks lease in Times Square, Hollywood descends on NYC … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 19, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Digital advertising firm Videology takes 16,000 square feet at 1500 Broadway in Times Square [Crain’s]
2. Hollywood moves to Gotham [NYO]
3. Cornell Tech NYC will displace some residents of Goldwater Hospital on Roosevelt Island [Gothamist]
4. Now on sale: the condominium conversion at 123 Fort Greene Place, marketed by the Corcoran Group [Brownstoner]
5. “The financing model for public housing in America is broken,” NYCHA’s John Rhea says, explaining his agency’s plan to lease space to developers [NYT]
6. Harlem residents see politics at play in plan to bring the National Urban League civil rights group to a converted garage on 125th Street [DNAinfo]
7. Pamela Anderson lists Malibu home for $7.75 million [LA Times]
8. Australian pie purveyor Pie Face steadily taking a bigger slice of Manhattan [DNAinfo]
9. New York Post columnist Steve Cuozzo is mad (again) about Midtown East landmarks [NYP]
10. Urban planner Ed Janoff will oversee North Brooklyn’s parks starting in March [Brooklyn Paper]
11. With staircases like these, who needs elevator buildings? [Curbed]

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