Kips Bay show house lists for $16M, Sandy-ravaged Nathan’s returns … and more

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May.May 21, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Kips Bay Decorator Show House at 161 East 64th Street lists for $16 million [Curbed]
2. Sandy-ravaged Nathan’s Famous in Coney Island is open for business [NYDN]
3. Cafe Wha? building in Greenwich Village on market for $11.5 million [Curbed]
4. City proposes making Fourth Avenue in Park Slope more pedestrian friendly [Brooklyn Paper]
5. Three Bushwick buildings vie for landmark status [Brownstoner]
6. 1 Rector Park is 5 percent from selling out [Curbed]
7. Bronx residents protests airplane landings too close to buildings [NYDN]
8.  Anti-cigarette hotel room policy doesn’t always keep out the smoke [NYT]
9. Rockabus’ “hipster jitney” to Rockaway Beach resumes after hurricane [Capital New York]
10. EMM Group donating portion of doughnut sales at the General to help Common Ground fight homelessness [Press Release]
11. How to make the right real estate investment [Forbes]
12. Swedish firm plans to add 14 floors for surreal “strawscaper” [Curbed]


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