UES townhouse asks $18.5M, Spike Lee wants 2 Penn Plaza to remain an MSG joint … and more

June 19, 2013 05:00PM

1. Six-story UES townhouse back on the market for $18.5 million [Curbed]
2. Spike Lee wants 2 Penn Plaza to remain a Madison Square Garden joint [WNYC]
3. Tribeca loft conversion starts pricing at $3 million [BuzzBuzzHome]
4. For Toll Brothers, being the only public builder focused on upscale homes has its advantages  [WSJ]
5. Listing website Nestio relaunch lends a hand to old-school landlords [Curbed]
6. Kushner-owned Piazza in Philadelphia gets taste of Brooklyn Flea [Philadelphia Inquirer]
7. Penthouse at Upper West Side studio building drops ask by $4.5 million [Curbed]
8. Luxury retail invasion of Soho is driving out eateries [NYO]
9. Vacant terminal at JFK airport joins endangered list [WSJ]
10. Aluminaire House in Sunnyside Gardens to become a museum and residential building [Curbed]
11. The Centurion in Midtown West finishes two new model units [Press Release]
12. Appeals court finally OKs new restaurant at Union Square Park [Crain’s ]