Banking magnate Edmond Safra’s Fifth Avenue office hits market, CoreLogic buys three real estate data companies for $661M … and more

July 01, 2013 08:00AM

1. Banking magnate Edmond Safra’s Fifth Avenue office hits market [WSJ]
2. CoreLogic buys three real estate data companies for $661 million [Bloomberg News]
3. Carpenters plan strike today at 4 World Trade Center and other major sites [NYDN]
4. Empire State Building goes rainbow for Pride Week [ESB Facebook]
5. Long Island’s Ronkonkoma to get 50-acre development hub around train station [WSJ]
6. Trapezoidal apartment on the Upper West Side hits market asking $2.95 million [Curbed]
7. Tax break expert jumps ship from JLL to CBRE [WSJ
8. New bill may once again legalize for-profit hostels [NYDN]
9. Singapore home prices hit record highs [Bloomberg News]
10. Another alligator limb found near Williamsburg’s North 10th Street [Gothamist]
11. Administrators mishandled over $2 million for estates of people who died in Brooklyn [NYP]