Top Japanese airline lands Midtown East lease, a Greenpoint property asking $2.5M is literally underwater … and more

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Jun.June 25, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Japan’s top airline inks 10-year lease at 630 Third Avenue [NYO]
2. Talk about an underwater property: Greenpoint parcel asking $2.5 million is in the river [Brownstoner]
3. Children’s Aid Society puts headquarters on the market — UES is “no longer a high need community” [Crain’s]
4. Greater New York Hospitality Association takes 7,000 more square feet at BMW Building [NYO]
5. Bankrate and Trepp among several signing up at 477 Madison Avenue [Crain’s]
6. Domino Sugar site getting a dirt-bike track [Brownstoner]
7. 51 Astor Place has three open retail spaces [EV Grieve]
8. The city truly never sleeps in artist Brian Foo’s new book [Untapped Cities]
9. Macro Risk Advisors re-ups at Zar Group-owned 1450 Broadway [NYO]
10. Subletting blog the Worst Room dabbles in sketch comedy: VIDEO [Curbed]
11. Market for initial public offerings — from health care to real estate — sees strong second quarter [Crain’s]
12. U.S. housing prices in April rose higher than expected [Bloomberg News]
13. The Sterling Mason in Tribeca gets new renderings [BuzzBuzzHome]
14. East End Avenue has a private vibe [NYT]


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