Anti-gun advocates really against Wal-Mart, higher rents help nation’s largest landlords … and more

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1. Anti-gun advocates urge Bloomberg to bar Walmart from the city as the retailer expands its firearm and ammunition sales

2. Firm that helps pro athletes relocate taps Elliman’s Ali Jafri to be its NYC broker

3. Brooklyn author opens West Village storefront that sells one book — his own

4. General Theological Seminary sells three two-family Homes Along West 20th Street for $10M

5. Zell’s Equity Residential and AvalonBay Communities parlay higher rents into better earnings

6. Harlem residents recall being four votes short of turning iconic building into Harlem’s first co-op [NYDN]
7. Third ground-floor retail space in Downtown Brooklyn’s the Oro is filled by organic cafe

8. Robert Knakal optimistic on Manhattan real estate market, which is pulling rest of the city out of real estate downturn

9. Broadway Partners forms joint venture with Brookfield Office Properties for its 450 West 33rd Street property
[Bloomberg via Crain’s]

10. Former Glamour editor’s UWS co-op hits the market for $3.95M

11. Another bar is coming across the street from the Barclays Center [AYR]