432 Park Avenue resumes construction, Beverly Hills rental listed for $600K/month … and more

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Feb.February 27, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Construction at 432 Park Avenue resumes after accident damages an adjacent building [NY YIMBY]
2. Move over Hamptons: at $600,000 per month, this Beverly Hills house is the country’s most expensive rental [Curbed]
3. Printing House condos in West Village peg mid-March for sales launch [Curbed]
4. The onetime stomping grounds of “American Gangster” Frank Lucas is getting an upscale Indian restaurant and a pediatrics clinic [REW]
5. We’ve heard of secret gardens, but a secret house on the Upper East Side? [Curbed]
6. A house for the House: New Republic owner Chris Hughes buys $2 million home where hubby plans to run for Congress [NYMag]
7. Colson Patisserie takes Industry City space for second Brooklyn location [NYO]
8. Lobster, pizza, ice cream, subs coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park [DNAinfo]
9. A “minor” problem: Lolita Bar serves underaged drinkers, hits snag in attempted sale [EV Grieve]
10. NAHB economist sounds a pessimistic note on housing recovery: VIDEO [CNBC]
11. Whole Foods starting to rise in Gowanus [Brownstoner]
12. Debra Messing finds buyer for Los Angeles home [Curbed]


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