Micro unit plan heads to public review, Rawhide bar on market for $25K/month … and more

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Apr.April 09, 2013 05:00 PM

1. After clearing City Planning Commission, micro apartment proposal heads to ULURP [Crain’s]
2. Law firm Perez & Cedeno signs lease at 111 Broadway [NYO]
3. A look at new developments hitting the market this spring [Curbed]
4. Leather goods retailer Studio Manhattan signs at 277 Bleecker Street [Crain’s]
5. (Holy) Trinity: landlord has 3 percent vacancy rate [NYO]
6. A Raw(hide) deal: iconic Chelsea gay bar now available for $25,000 per month [DNAinfo]
7. Community board approves P.S. 64 conversion to college dorms [Local]
8. Construction of 14-mile Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway set to start this summer [WSJ]
9. Model unit artwork tells apartment hunters, “We have had sex in this room” [Curbed]
10. Upper East Side’s TBar Steak & Lounge is opening an East Hampton location [NYP]
11. A California town requires all new homes to come with solar panels [NYT]
12. Docking stations for New York City’s bike share program starting to pop up [WSJ]
13. Barclays Center offers “enemy-inspired” menu items [WSJ]


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