Security at NYC’s noteworthy properties beefed up after Boston blasts, Andy Warhol’s studio space asking $5.8M … and more

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Apr.April 15, 2013 05:00 PM

1. NYPD beefs up security at hotels and other prominent New York City locations after Boston Marathon blasts [Business Insider]
2. Gregg Singer will spend $40 million to convert East Village elementary school to college dorms [WSJ, 1st item]
3. Andy Warhol’s former studio space and home hits market for $5.8 million [Curbed]
4. Escalate, a marketing and branding agency, inks 11-year deal for 9,750 square feet at 5 Hanover Square [NYO]
5. Xavier Society for the Blind Gramercy Park headquarters trades for $9 million [WSJ, 2nd item]
6. Red Hook bakery offers commission of one cake per month to find Manhattan outpost [WSJ, 3rd item]
7. Colliers International tapped to find tenants for Brooklyn Army Terminal biotech hub [Crain’s]
8. Eight of 10 condos at 185 Plymouth Street now spoken for [Dumbo NYC]
9. Landmarks will vote tomorrow on Bed-Stuy historic district [Brownstoner]
10. Hong Kong tops list of international real estate markets where prices are rising: PHOTOS [Forbes]
11. Empty Bushwick lots to give way to neighborhood green space [Brooklyn Paper]


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