Mort Zuckerman deems recovery “phony,” star of “Rent” sells Tribeca pad for $2.1M … and more

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Jul.July 16, 2013 05:00 PM

1. Boston Properties’ Mort Zuckerman deems economic recovery “phony”: OPINION [WSJ]
2. “Rent” star who played Tom Collins sells Tribeca pad at Keystone Building for $2.1 million [Curbed]
3. Former Hell’s Kitchen home of H&H Bagels to become 24,000-square-foot event space [DNAinfo]
4. Dumbo’s David Weeks furniture studio to open first Manhattan location [Crain’s]
5. Honest Buildings’ CEO on increasing transparency in the commercial market [NYO]
6. Anti-tuition protestors end occupation of Cooper Union’s offices [NYT]
7. China’s housing market robust despite government controls [WSJ]
8. Councilman puts forward proposal to wipe Ed Koch’s name off Queensboro Bridge [DNAinfo]
9. Jill Zarin hosts a “Bravo branding bonanza” in the Hamptons [WSJ]
10. The Observer launches “Wired City,” which will explore the links between tech and real estate [NYO]
11. MTA promises to make the G train toe the line [NYT]
12. Williamsburg’s 53 Broadway begins leasing [BuzzBuzzHome]
12. 3D-printing company adds to its dimensions at 319 Park Avenue South [Crain’s]


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