Friday: Decorate Eclectically at Target

  • The Related Companies got three big-time tenants for its huge retail development project in the Bronx. (New York Business)
  • Critical Mass scored a win against the city when the Supreme Court ruled in their favor. (Gotham Gazette)
  • Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión has some ideas to save Bronx’s housing troubles, and brought together experts to discuss a “market approach.” (New York Daily News)
  • Kosher meat in Chelsea. (The Villager)
  • Rents in Soho and Tribeca were the highest in the city last month, while the East Village had the lowest, according to a report from brokerage Citi Habitats. (The Real Deal)
  • Grove pharmacy in the West Village has filled its last prescription. (The Villager)
  • Stylizing an “Eclectic” department. (The New York Times)
  • The American Dream: “It tells of how a Puerto Rican realtor, Greek renovator, Chinese contractor, Hasidic mortgage broker and Irish lawyer conspired to make me think that, despite being only 47 years old, I was mature enough to purchase my first house.” (Queens Ledger)
  • More details of the High Line park ironed out. (The Vilager)
  • Target has Flatbush in its sights. (Brownstone)
  • Developers want to showcase upcoming condominiums immediately and entice buyers. But, when everyone does it at once, the price, well, you know… (The New York Times)
  • I guess if you buy your girlfriend a toaster, get one that makes eggs. (Inman News)
  • Tips on that middle stage, between buying and selling your home. (The Wall Street Journal)
  • Ah, the beauty of the grocery store. (Inman News)
  • Elliman breaks record. (The New York Sun)
  • – Riva Froymovich

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