Tony Malkin says Yeah Yeah Yeah to Empire State Building’s first music video, Ziel Feldman sees Zen oasis in Turtle Bay … and more

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Jun.June 21, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Anthony Malkin lets Yeah Yeah Yeahs shoot the first music video at Empire State Building to up cool quotient [NYT]
2. Ziel Feldman shoots for “oasis of calm in Midtown Manhattan” with Halcyon condos [WSJ]
3. Bob Newhart tries again to sell Los Angeles home — this time for $15.5 million [Redfin]
4. Two-family Bed-Stuy home sold for $1.7 million [Brownstoner]
5. Am Properties Of NY, 24 Plaza make progress on LIC subsidized rental project [Brownstoner]
6. Newly created Washington Square Park Conservancy sparks suspicion among neighbors [Gothamist]
7. The great(room) outdoors: Homeowners transform exterior space to mimic interiors [WSJ]
8. How do brokers protect star clients from becoming targets of the “Bling Ring”? [WSJ]
9. A very angry email from the UES interior designer accused of abusing his nanny [Gawker]
10. Eight-story rental building in Gowanus on its way [Brownstoner]
11. “Jersey Boys” librettist and actor make most of upstairs space at the Beresford [NYT]
12. NYU, 650 Fifth Avenue pay tribute to the beauty of Manhattan [NYO]


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