One57 gets more interior renderings, Lightstone rental in LIC to begin leasing soon … and more

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Jul.July 01, 2013 05:00 PM

1. One57 gets more interior renderings [Curbed]
2. Lightstone rental Gantry Park Landing in LIC to begin leasing next month [Brownstoner]
3. 50 Bond’s third floor sold for $5.3 million to another owner in building [Curbed]
4. Christine Quinn‘s colleagues say her clout aided vote on Madison Square Garden permit [DNAinfo]
5. Long-stalled Lower East Side site restarts construction [Bowery Boogie]
6. Carroll Gardens building rentals hit the market [BuzzBuzzHome]
7. Nonprofit seeking support for Manhattan-Bronx ferry plan [NYDN]
8. Bike accidents in city could triple in sharing program’s first year, professor says [AP via NYP]
9. Construction worker shot in Midtown West [NYDN]
10. Bobby Flay loves hosting guests at Southampton home [Elle Decor]
11. Grand reopening for Billy’s Sports Bar after $4 million expansion slated for September [DNAinfo]
12. New law kicks off outdoor brunching two hours earlier [NYT]
13. German castle was the muse for West Village courthouse’s design [Ephemeral New York]
14. Sellers ask $20-plus million for Park City, Utah, mansions [NYO]


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