More people moving to NYC than leaving, St. John’s to sell Lower Manhattan campus … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 14, 2013 05:00 PM

1. For the first time since 1950, more people moving to New York City than leaving [Press Release]
2. St. John’s University plans to sell its Lower Manhattan campus [NYO]
3. Sellers marketing adjacent units at American Express Carriage House cut price to $12.75 million [Curbed]
4. First Chinese Presbyterian Community Affairs takes 8,600 square feet at 30 Broad Street [NYO]
5.  Nick Jonas renews $19,000/month lease at Chelsea Mercantile [NYP, 4th item]
6. “Million Dollar Listing New York” filmed at the Harlem Lofts today [Press Release]
7. Peek inside Emmy-winning TV vet Bill Persky’s Upper East Side home [NYP]
8. The artist Crash brings graffiti style to a wall on the Bowery [Animal New York]
9. Florida transplants celebrate a Lower East Side reunion [Sun Sentinel]
10. A new wine bar will open in the Rockaways this summer [Capital New York]
11. And a new vegan bar to open in (surprise!) Bushwick [NYT]

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