Brookfield gets exclusive on $35M Midtown South building, Bruce Willis lists Beverly Hills home for $22M … and more

May.May 29, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Brookfield Financial to serve as exclusive agent for 247 West 30th Street, listed for $35 million [GlobeSt]

2. Bruce Willis puts Beverly Hills home on market for $22 million [Zillow]

3. Park Slope co-op building at 47 Plaza Street West, asking nearly $5 million, enters contract after less than a month [Brownstoner]

4. Rental-turned-for-sale duplex penthouse at 159 Duane Street asks $5.85 million [Curbed]

5. Lightstone Group’s 12-story residential project near Hunters Point South advances fast [Brownstoner]

6. Listing video for $30 million three-bedroom at 15 Central Park West has dark tones [Curbed]

7. Consolidated Edison talks storm preparation at East River plant [NYT]

8. Chicago-based Graham Foundation donates $116K to creative fields in New York [WSJ]

9. Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk gives New Jersey office a magic upgrade [NYT]

10. How many hours of work are needed to pay rent in different areas in the city?: MAPS [NY City News Service]

11. Median year-over-year increase of real estate execs’ raises plummets [WSJ, 1st item]

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