Trevi Health Capital inks deal at 660 Madison, 30 Rock to host new “Tonight Show” … and more

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Apr.April 01, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Investment firm Trevi Health Capital inks deal at 660 Madison Avenue [NYO]
2. Wall Street czar who listed $115 million pad last week may face insider-trading probe [NYP]
3. Commissary at 30 Rock to be home for Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” [NYO]
4. Queens residents get $3 million to spend on capital improvement projects they decide on [NYDN]
5. Woman who lied about aunt’s death in order to get rent-stabilized Prospect Park apartment vows to stay on [Gothamist]
6. All in the family: Ed Koch’s niece oversees 36 million square feet of city-controlled space [Crain’s]
7. East Village’s Jupiter 21 project reveals itself [EV Grieve]
8. As Bronx General Post Office sale looms closer, a fight to save its Depression-era murals [NYDN]
9. Lack of housing stock in China as urbanization surges on [NYT]
10. World’s hottest real estate markets: PHOTOS [Forbes]
11. New Museum to host “Ideas City” festival about urban future [Lo-Down]
12. Brazil’s skyrocketing housing prices are second to none [Forbes]

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