183 Madison Ave. now 99% leased, key witness in pol bribery plot is real estate investor … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 04, 2013 08:00 AM

1. 183 Madison Avenue now 99 percent leased, with Barcelona fashion store deal [NYO]
2. Key witness in political bribery plot is real estate investor Moses Stern [DNAinfo]
3. A rendering of Red Hook’s 160 Imlay Street [Curbed, 1st item]
4. One of the Salvation Army buildings at 176 Bedford Avenue still standing [Brownstoner]
5. Old South Ferry station reopens to deal with morning rush hour [NYDN]
6. Pizzeria to replace Whole Earth Bakery in East Village [Local East Village]
7. Hotel conversion at 5 Beekman Street includes changes to sidewalk [Curbed, 2nd item]
8. Round-the-clock construction on Brighton Beach bathrooms irks neighborhood residents [NYDN]
9. Israeli independence day to be celebrated in grand fashion on the Upper West Side [DNAinfo]
10. The Lively Set, an antiques shop in the West Village, will close [DNAinfo]
11. Are we walking into a real estate bear trap?: VIDEO [Bloomberg News via YouTube]


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