Hearst Tower window washers stuck on roof, Willis CEO chops price of UES co-op to nearly $30M … and more

June 12, 2013 05:00PM

1. Firefighters rescue window washers trapped atop Hearst Tower [DNAinfo]
2. Willis CEO reduces price of 995 Fifth Avenue co-op to under $30 million [NYO]
3. Schorsch’s RCAP Holdings buys First Allied [GlobeSt]
4. Hedge fund Serengeti Asset Management inks lease renewal at 632 Broadway [NYO]
5. Allied Partners, Brickman close $185.5 million deal for Brill building [PRESS RELEASE]
6. Stahl’s proposed demolition of landmarked UES walkups may not go through [Curbed]
7. Staten Island community board OKs world’s would-be largest Ferris wheel [DNAinfo]
8. Thanks to Zar Property NY, two Soho retail units on market for first time in 30 years [Real Estate Weekly]
9. Which New York City beach will hipsters invade this summer? [NYO]
10. NYCHA releases plans for 50-story towers at Smith Houses [Lo-Down]
11. When mortgage rates get to 6.8 percent, it’s better to rent in NYC [Trulia]
12. Kalmon Dolgin arranges 5,100 square foot sublease for photo studio in Williamsburg [PRESS RELEASE]
13. Hairstylist Johnny Bong Ryoo to open first New York City spot at 827 10th Avenue [Crain’s]
14. “Princesses: Long Island” star lists Great Neck, N.Y. home for $2.88 million [Newsday]