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

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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
[WSJ]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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]