Judge won’t rehear landlord’s case affecting 5,000 FiDi apartments … and more 

1. Judge won’t rehear landlord’s case affecting 5,000 apartments in FiDi [Crain’s] 

2. Archived material from architect Philip Johnson’s work is up for sale [NYT] 

3. Drawing Center arts institution will settle in new, modest Soho location [Crain’s] 

4. Privately owned streets citywide are full of parking spots reserved for residents [NYDN] 

5. Vans plans skate park at 25 Franklin Street in Greenpoint [Racked] 

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6. Zillow says New York area home prices have bottomed out, back to 2004 levels [Crain’s] 
7. Chatwal New York opens on West 44th Street [Hotel Chatter] 

8. Microsoft subleases 22,500 square feet at 1440 Broadway [Crain’s]
9. Striped design of InterContinental Hotel adds more space and depth [WSJ] 

10. Rosario Dawson’s mother fights squatters at East 13th Street tenement [Post] 

11. Fannie, Freddie increased short sales but repossessed more homes during Q2 [Inman]