Donald Trump’s son Eric to tie the knot, Nolita’s long-stalled Mulberry House makes rental debut … and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 08, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Donald Trump’s son Eric to tie the knot with longtime girlfriend [NYP]
2. Nolita’s long-stalled Mulberry House makes rental debut [Curbed]
3. Sutton Place duplex asks $7.8 million [Curbed]
4. Tourists generated $55.3 billion for NYC last year [Crain’s]
5. Legendary cop Serpico now battling developer in Hudson River town [NYT]
6. DelShah’s Michael Shah eyeing more opportunities in the Meatpacking District [NYBJ]
7. Gentrification in Bed-Stuy pushes poor families into shelters [NYT]
8. Actress Gaby Hoffmann talks life in Fort Greene, Brooklyn; says she has struggled to pay rent [DNAinfo]
9. Grand Central MTA app includes information on retail attractions [MTA]
10. Toss ineffective board members to give NYCHA a chance: OPINION [NYDN]
11. Mrs. Met mascot to make a comeback at Citi Field [NYP]
12. Checking in on “The Sopranos” star Steve Schirripa’s Battery Park City digs [NYP]
13. Hamptons resident creates “douche spotter” Facebook page [NYO]

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