Steven Cohen closes on maisonette at the Abingdon for $23M, 123 Fort Greene Place sells out … and more

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Jul.July 03, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Hedge fund pro Steve Cohen buys Abingdon maisonette for $23.4 million [NYO]
2. 123 Fort Greene Place conversion in Brooklyn is all sold out [Brownstoner]
3. Lego Discovery Center unveils 12-foot-tall model of One World Trade Center [Gizmodo]
4. Platinum Properties gets patriotic with online agent pages [Platinum Properties]
5. Crown Heights grocer expands with new, improved Pulp and Bean [DNAinfo]
6. Broadway Stack pre-fab building in Inwood progressing, one module at a time [Curbed]
7. Head of Related’s luxury rental division is usually a step ahead [REW]
8. Central Park Conservancy to start charging for tours [Crain’s]
9. Elizabeth Diller on redesigning Lincoln Center [WSJ]
10. Brooklyn residents concerned about the MTV VMAs’ invasion [DNAinfo]
11. A look at how many Manhattanites are paying above listing price [Curbed]
12. Long Island retailers see rising rents [WSJ]
13. Tarrytown, N.Y., hums with new business [NYT]
14. How cities can save underwater mortgages from foreclosure: OPINION [WSJ]

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