Chilean bank takes 14K sf at 885 Third Ave., seven of NYC’s 20 tallest towers built on Bloomberg’s watch … and more

July 09, 2013 08:00AM

1. Chilean bank CorpBanca takes 13,854 square feet at 885 Third Avenue [NYO]
2. Seven of NYC’s 20 tallest towers built during Bloomberg’s tenure [WNYC]
3. In the mayor’s three terms, Harlem property values also jumped up 222 percent [WNYC]
4. Mortgage rates spike will likely slow down home prices [WSJ]
5. Beyonce’s dad weds real estate agent in Houston [NYDN]
6.What lies under the Kosciuszko Bridge in Queens? Dukbo, apparently [Brownstoner]
7. Remembering Coney Island’s Astrotower [Lost New York]
8. Looking back at Philip Johnson, the much-maligned architect of the Seagram Building: PHOTOS [Architizer]
9. First resale on the cards at Brownstone East Village [EV Grieve]
10. Vandals rechristen Citi Bikes [EV Grieve]