Toll Brothers’ potentially obstructive 1110 Park Avenue gets a rendering, owners of Versace’s Miami mansion expect auction bids to exceed $40M … and more

July 25, 2013 05:00PM

1. Park Slope mixed-use building at 76-82 St. Mark’s Avenue sold for $15 million [NYO]
2. Owners of Versace’s Miami mansion expect auction bids to exceed $40 million [NYDN]
3. Waterbridge Capital gambles on greatness with $27 million in Orchard Street purchases [Crain’s]
4. Toll Brothers’ potentially obstructive 1110 Park Avenue gets a rendering [Curbed]
5. Mayoral candidate George McDonald’s Bay Shore home recalls flourishes of Grand Central Terminal [NYT]
6. UES building at 253 East 62nd Street is in the works [BuzzBuzzHome]
7. City Council allows veterans to transfer tax breaks to a new home right away [Crain’s]
8. NYC faces stiff competition from other skyscraper cities [NYT]
9. Vacant space at 1114 First Avenue draws art crowd [NYO]
10. Metropolitan Transportation Authority budget remains on shaky ground after Sandy [NYT]