990 Fifth triplex returns to market with way higher $50M ask, celeb-focused pawn shop opens at Extell’s Int’l Gem Tower … and more

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Jun.June 26, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Rosario Candela-designed triplex at 990 Fifth returns to market for $50M — $8M over last ask [Curbed]
2. Drama! Broadway producer sues contractor and interior designer for botched home reno [NYP]
3. “Pawn shop to the stars” is first retailer to open in Extell’s International Gem Tower [Press Release]
4. The Ismael Leyva-designed condo the Charles unleashes its full website [BuzzBuzzHome]
5. HFZ’s Halycon condos in Turtle Bay to launch sales in July [Press Release]
6. City to lease out vacant East Harlem Theater space until a lease with new operator is reached [DNAinfo]
7. Project at 88 Richardson Street in Brooklyn to be Karl Fischer-designed residence [Brownstoner]
8. Annabelle Selldorf townhouse reno hits market for $8.5M [Curbed]
9. The Lower East Side used to have way more bars in the late 1800s [DNAinfo]
10. Renting underway at the Foundry conversion in Williamsburg [Brownstoner]
11. Despite recovering housing metrics, number of U.S. households struggling to afford housing reaches all-time high [Atlantic Cities]
12. DelShah Capital’s Sunrise Terrace project in Flushing sells out [BuzzBuzzHome]
13. House Facts Data Standard rolls out to offer all the info you want for your current or prospective home [Atlantic Cities via Business Insider]
14. New buyers may be stepping back due to increased interest rates: Redfin [WSJ]
15. The New York Hilton marks its 50th year [NYT]


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