Wall Street layoffs, a Tribeca tumor … and more

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  • 1. Why Wall Street layoffs could be a boon for the city’s renters [NYO]
  • 2. Historic Tribeca building could grow a tumor as boutique hotel is built [Curbed]
  • 3. How a townhouse at 870 Park Avenue went unsold in 2006 for $19.9 million and is now selling for $33 million [NYO]
  • 4.
    Benjamin Sleimani’s Bond Noho Hotel tones down its design for the
    Landmarks Preservation Commission, but might still never happen [Curbed]
  • 5. Roland Arnall, founder of the Ameriquest Mortgage Company and one of the architect’s of subprime mortgages, has died [NYT]
  • 6. Vacant Village lot is selling for $20 million [NYO]
  • 7. Brooklyn House of Detention Stakeholders Group forms to examine the redevelopment the Atlantic Avenue “jail with retail” [Curbed]
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