Cushman tapped as World Trade Center property manager, ancient Upper East Side mansion asks $30M… and more

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Jul.July 08, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Cushman & Wakefield named property manager of World Trade Center [NYO]
2. 19th Century Upper East Side mansion asks $30 million [Curbed]
3. Crown Heights to get new 38-unit building [Brownstoner]
4. 1 Morton Square unit designed by Miles Redd lists for $5.75 million [Curbed]
5. Project engineer killed at Governors Island site [NYP]
6. City now running South Street Seaport Museum [WSJ]
7. CVS signs for full-block space on Lower East Side [NYO]
8. Project WorldWide taking more space at Flatiron building [WSJ, 2nd item]
9. Sleep Studio opens 3,700-square-foot store in Soho [NYO]
10. New York Public Library plan to merge three Midtown spaces could put it under: OPINION [NYP]
11. Federico Garcia Lorca gets another portrait — in Bushwick [NYT]
12. Buffalo Wild Wings heading to former Forest Hills Theatre [DNAinfo]
13. 5 Pointz owner adding affordable housing, art studios to plan [LIC Post]
14. Bike-sharing docks have many functions [NYT]
15. Johnny Cash’s Arkansas hometown tries to draw tourists [WSJ]
16. The benefits of a car that drives itself [NYT]
17. Midtown development over 165 years: VIDEO [Curbed]


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