Fairway IPO could raise $159M, Tribeca Film Festival kicks off with swank courthouse party … and more

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Apr.April 18, 2013 08:00 AM

1. IPO for Fairway Group could raise $159 million [GlobeSt]
2. Florida-based EverBank inks deal at TIAA-CREF’s 780 Third Avenue [NYO]
3. Tribeca Film Festival kicks off with swank celeb party at State Supreme Courthouse [WSJ]
4. Residents in Robert A.M. Stern-designed affordable housing complex in Connecticut to pay as little as $330 a month [WSJ]
5. Budget-friendly makeup shop E.L.F. opens near Astor Place [DNAinfo]
6. NYCHA lets tenants hit with parking fee hikes to pay in installments [NYDN]
7. Last renter of American Thread house rotunda was “Aerodance” group [Tribeca Citizen, 1st item]
8. Fancy a real getaway? Consider renting one of these private islands [Business Insider]
9. Next stop, Westhampton: MTA announces nonstop service from Penn Station [Gothamist]
10. Landlord agrees to six-month suspension of higher rent for family with cancer-stricken son in East Village [EV Grieve]
11. Electronics store J & R may have shut down two of its stores in Tribeca [Tribeca Citizen, 2nd item]


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