Financier Zoe Cruz buys Fifth Ave co-op, is Chetrit doing the Harlem Shake? … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 03, 2013 05:00 PM

1. This is Joseph Chetrit in Tel Aviv doing the Harlem Shake: source [YouTube]
2. Troubled hedge funder Zoe Cruz pays $7.34 million for 912 Fifth Avenue co-op [NYO]
3. Downtown, Midtown South markets draw increasingly diverse office tenants [Crain’s]
4. An apartment building at 126 East Fourth caught fire this morning [Local]
5. John Catsimatidis fires Red Apple general counsel after he is accused in GOP corruption scandal [NYP]
6. “You don’t see me tweet a photo of Jared and me lying in bed on Sunday morning,” Ivanka Trump says [Redbook]
7. One57 competes with 432 Park Avenue — on Google [Curbed]
8. Construction chugs along at 64 Bayard condos in Williamsburg, but spring opening may not happen [Brownstoner]
9. Architectural firm adds “film noir” flourishes to Times Square’s neon bowtie [NYO]
10. Fast-casual restaurant Schnipper’s Quality Kitchen signs lease at Feil Organization-owned 570 Lexington Avenue [Press Release]
11. Apartment construction and residents contributed $1.1 trillion to U.S. economy in 2011 [NREI]
12. Landmarked Pier A in Lower Manhattan should be finished by June [DNAinfo]
13. Crosswalks don’t offer much safety for pedestrians, study shows [NYT]


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