Madonna’s Central Park West co-op sells for $16M, community board shoots down 5Pointz conversion … and more

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Jun.June 07, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Average rental price in Brooklyn climbs 4 percent, to $2,503 per month, MNS report says [Dumbo NYC]
2. Madonna’s 41 Central Park West co-op sells for $16 million — $4 million off the asking price [NYO]
3. Isaac Mizrahi company inks 1,203-square-foot lease in Southampton [NYO]
4. Queens community board rejects plan to replace 5Pointz with luxury high-rises [DNAinfo]
5. Related Companies provide bikes for residents of 10 Manhattan rentals [NYT]
6. Catsimatidis, a mayoral candidate with big connections [Bloomberg News]
7. Rooftop bar at Knickerbocker Hotel in Times Square makes progress [Curbed]
8. Two homes on Carlton Avenue in Prospect Heights in a state of disrepair [Brownstoner]
9. “Ground Zero mosque” imam settles suit over donor money [NYDN]
10. Demolition under way for Townhouses of Cobble Hill project [BuzzBuzzHome]
11. West 29th Street buildings vie for landmark status [Curbed]
12. Women’s footwear designer Vince Camuto preserves Villa Maria in Long Island [Architectural Digest]


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