Judge blocks city’s sale of two Brooklyn Bridge Park buildings, hotel owners consider spending newfound cash … and more

Sign Up for the undefined Newsletter

1. Federal judge prevents city from transferring two Brooklyn Bridge Park buildings to developers
[NY Law Journal]

2. Despite slow recoveries in cities, the office market hasn’t budged in the suburbs

3. The real estate market isn’t the only thing rebounding — real estate parties are, too

4. Jean-Luc Richard announces opening of Chelsea gallery featuring work of Paul Henry Ramirez

5. Shake Shack is slowly but surely taking over the world

6. Kate Spade takes 80,000 square feet in 2 Park Avenue

7. Despite GOP wishes, shuttering Fannie and Freddie is difficult and unlikely to happen

8. A $58M sale in Little Neck, Queens shows strength of multi-family in outer boroughs

9. Interesting pieces of architectural history evident in burned-down Kehilath Jeshurun

10. Now that the hotel sector has recovered, owners weigh loosening their budget [WSJ]
11. There’s some early construction work going on at Hunter’s Point South [Curbed]