The Real Deal New York

Brookfield Property Partners buying up industrial buildings, High Line now has free WiFi … and more

May 28, 2014 09:33AM

1. Brookfield Property Partners ramps up buys of U.S. industrial buildings [WSJ]
2. Midtown Equities to open rooftop beer garden at Empire Stores in Dumbo [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]
3. KiDS Creative’s $90-a-foot rent at One World Trade Center sets Downtown record [NYP]
4. High Line now has free WiFi [DNAinfo]
5. Robert A.M. Stern’s house team on old-school design [NYO]
6. Amtrak in talks with Drexel University and Brandywine Realty Trust to build develop around Philadelphia train station [WSJ]
7. The history of the National Arts Club in Gramercy Park [Curbed]

Mark Maurer