Center for Fiction building hits market for first time in 80 years at $20M, Jones Lang LaSalle buys investment bank … and more

June 24, 2013 05:00PM

1. Center for Fiction’s Midtown East building hits market for first time in 80 years at $19.5 million [NYO]
2. Jones Lang LaSalle buys Dallas-based investment bank [Housing Wire]
3. City rejoins top 10 in the world for rents for most sought-after office space, CBRE report shows [WSJ, 2nd item]
4. Boerum Hill building sold for $4.2 million [Brownstoner]
5. Citi Bike stations relocate amid petitions and legal threats [NYP]
6. City residents shouldn’t foot the bill for massive condo developments: OPINION [NYDN]
7. New coffee chain Whynot coming to West Village [NYP]
8. Maple farmer from Vermont turning vacant lots in Fort Greene into kiosk [DNAinfo]
9. Le Corbusier’s works on display at MoMA [Bloomberg News]
10. Discount retailer Loehmann’s hangs in there [Crain’s]
11. Cape Code home of businessman Bill Koch lists for $15 million [Press Release]
12. New York’s Penn Station — before Madison Square Garden showed up: PHOTOS [Business Insider]