Sternlicht says NYC to see glut of luxe housing, inevitable eatery named Harlem Shake to open in eponymous ‘hood … and more

New York /
Mar.March 05, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Barry Sternlicht says he worries about glut of high-end housing in New York City [WSJ]
2. An eatery actually named Harlem Shake will open in Harlem [NYP, 1st item]
3. Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands casino admits it likely violated anti-bribery law [Salon]
4. Third time’s a charm: Condo addition atop synagogue plans resurface [Curbed]
5. Could the baby boomers’ eventual real estate sell off cause a new housing crisis? [Atlantic Cities]
6. Manhattan has more commuters than any other county [NYT]
7. Astoria institution Rizzo’s Fine Pizza to open on Lower East Side [The Local]
8. Chelsea gay bar the Rawhide evicted [Vanishing New York]
9. Do real estate titans ever retire? [NYO]
10. Gramercy Park Hotel unveils splashy new website, designed by Canvas [Gramercy Park Hotel]
11. Green-Wood Cemetery aims to expand clientele to include the living, with whiskey tastings and trivia nights [DNAinfo]
12. Documentary on the Coignet Building — known for being the landmarked property next to the Gowanus Whole Foods site — to be released this summer [Brownstoner]
13. Designer Bernaud Chaus inks 7,200-square-foot lease in the Garment Center, following merger with Vince Camuto [Crain’s]
14. Building bursting with tech tenants gets new home furnishings firm [Crain’s]
15. A closer look at the plan to bring luxury housing to Lower East Side NYCHA development [The Lo Down]
16. East Village “quick-hit” rentals to open prototype space next month [DNAinfo]
17. A retail version of “Million Dollar Listing” set to air on Esquire Network [Hollywood Reporter]


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