The Round-Up: Tuesday

Young people are involved in New York real estate. What, you didn't know? [Crain's]

Charlie Palmer moving Aureole to the new Bank of America tower. [Crain's]

Former site of Movida in the West Village on the market for $4.7 M. [Real Deal] 

City battles skeptics on new South Bronx parks. [NY Times]

'It's an Irishman's dream to be able to go to Manhattan and be able to buy property there.' [NY Times]

Viacom closes on 400,000-square-foot lease at 345 Hudson. [NY Times]

Rent Guidelines Board OKs preliminary rent increases. [NY Post]

Suit accuses Michael Chow of server abuse. [NY Post]

$7.25 M. apartment at 1 Brooklyn Bridge Park will be borough's priciest condo. [NY Post]

Omnicom may be leasing at 100 Church Street. [NY Post]


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