Christine Quinn blasts opponents over marine transfer station, Midtown East townhouse asks $7.5M … and more

June 18, 2013 05:00PM

1. Christine Quinn goes on offensive over UES marine transfer station [DNAinfo]
2. Midtown East townhouse near River House asks $7.5 million [Curbed]
3. WASA/Studio One architects make progress with stalled Kent Avenue residential building [Curbed]
4. Rec center on West 60th Street reopens after $15 million makeover [DNAinfo]
5. Bernardo Fashions adds five years to lease at 463 Seventh Avenue [Crain’s]
6. Williamsburg penthouse condo at the Edge resold for $3 million [NYO]
7. Bushwick cafe reborn as Ethiopian speakeasy [DNAinfo]
8. One-acre farm to crop up at Red Hook Houses [Crain’s]
9. Will 2013 be the year of the triple-digit — $100 per square foot and up – office lease? [NYO]
10. Veteran broker Marilyn Kane gives Iridium Capital a lift [GlobeSt]
11. Citi Bike may come to Greenpoint soon [Brownstoner]
12. NYU hooks up professors, exec with summer home loans [NYT]
13. Revised FEMA maps to cut back on high-risk zones [WSJ]
14. Calif. judge expected not to free Goldman Sachs from $491 million MBS suit [Housing Wire]
15. Inland Diversified Real Estate Trust and Strategic Storage Trust turn to investment bankers for managing money [CoStar]