Celebrity photog’s studio trades for $6.9M, union 32BJ endorses Quinn … and more

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Jun.June 26, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Celebrity photographer’s studio in Hell’s Kitchen trades for $6.85 million [NYO]
2. Building service workers’ union 32BJ endorses Christine Quinn for mayor [Capital New York]
3. Bed-Stuy to get new 38-story residential building by Kahen Properties [BuzzBuzzHome]
4. FiveBoroRealty now marketing long-stalled Long Island City rental building [Brownstoner]
5. As Harlem City Council race heats up, candidate Inez Dickens accused of being a “slumdog millionaire” [DNAinfo]
6. A home’s art collection can help close a sale, brokers say [WSJ]
7. Plaza Hotel uses mural printed with its facade while undergoing renovations [Curbed, 1st item]
8. Central Park has its own equivalent of “Farmville” [NYO]
9. Health care facility takes 2,800 square feet at 347 Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Heights [Crain’s]
10. Poor math skills may have caused the subprime meltdown [WSJ]
11. City will rent out vacant East Harlem theater until new operator is chosen [DNAinfo]


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