David Schwimmer unveils East Village townhouse, REBNY holds first Harlem open houses … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 21, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Ben Shaoul remodels and enlarges 31-33 Second Avenue [EV Grieve]
2. Boutique firm Prime NYC tapped to sell remaining units at Chelsea’s Cammeyer [REW]
3. REBNY holds its first Harlem open house event [Press Release and NYREJ]
4. David Schwimmer unveils controversial East Village townhouse [Curbed]
5. Plan to relocate Madison Square Garden gains supporters [Crain’s]
6. HUD chief Shaun Donovan has “concerns” about NYCHA [NYDN]
7. Steps from Seward Park site, 104 Suffolk Street trades for $5.5 million [NYO]
8. Founder of WhyLeaveAstoria.com decamps to California [NYDN]
9. Pols, historians, business groups team up to save Astoria’s Steinway Mansion [NYDN]
10. Jazz Age dance club Bobby’s opens at 141 Chrystie Street on LES [Urban Daddy]
11. The future site of Soho House houses an old morgue: PHOTOS [Bowery Boogie]
12. Bedford-Stuyvesant residents want to make gardens out of vacant lots [DNAinfo]
13. His old house: “This Old House” editor on his renovation saga [NYT]
14. Decoding real estate’s mobile apps [NYT]

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