Sandy hit low-income tenants hardest, Transwestern gets first NYC leasing assignment … and more

March 06, 2013 05:00PM

1. Two new studies show that Sandy hit low-income renters hardest [Crain’s]
2. Transwestern gets first New York City leasing assignment, Brause Realty’s 254 West 31st Street office tower in the Penn Plaza submarket [Press Release]
3. Actor Don Harvey, of NYPD Blue fame, sells Bronx investment property at a loss [Curbed]
4. Hill Country barbecue restaurant takes 10,000 square feet at Muss Development’s 345 Adams Street in Downtown Brooklyn [Press Release]
5. Bronx school gets fresh coat of paint with custom palette from designer Massimo Vignelli [NYT]
6. Should landlords file 1099s for service providers? [Forbes]
7. In anticipation of tomorrow’s City Council vote on Hudson Square rezoning, a list of the district’s hotspots [Curbed]
8. Hovnanian Enterprises, New Jersey’s largest home builder, posts $11.3 million net loss in first quarter [Bloomberg]
9. Richard Farley of ABS Partners to head up Thor Equities’ in-house leasing department [Press Release]
10. Ikea goes beyond pre-fab furniture with new Moxy Hotel brand [Bloomberg Businessweek]
11. Take a peek inside this $23 million Carbon Beach, Malibu listing [Forbes]
12. MTA likely won’t restore F train express service in Brooklyn [NYDN]
13. Zoning changes that spur new development lowered crime rates in Los Angeles, study says [WSJ]