Fischer Mills penthouse in Tribeca doubles value in three years, UBS settles with mortgage regulator by taking $700M charge during housing bubble … and more

July 23, 2013 05:00PM

1. Penthouse at the Fischer Mills building in Tribeca doubles value — to $13.75 million — in 3 years [NYO]
2. UBS settles with mortgage regulator by taking $700 million charge for actions during housing bubble [WSJ]
3. Williamsburg’s 421 Kent Avenue development will be eight stories with 216 units and townhouses [BuzzBuzzHome]
4. Steve Cohen’s lawyers present “Hamptons pool” defense in SAC insider trading scandal [CNBC]
5. Mayoral candidate Jimmy McMillan shows no sign of slowing down [Village Voice]
6. Long-shuttered Central Park eatery Tavern on the Green may return [NYP]
7. Brooklyn army garrison Fort Hamilton is a grassy paradise [NYT]
8. Kemistry in Park Slope to go from bar to arcade [DNAinfo]
9. Metropolitan Transportation Authority looks to millennials for the future [NYT]
10. Average luxury London home is worth, in dollars, $3 million-plus [Bloomberg]