Real Estate Stories in The Print Edition: 7.8.09

The troubled auto giant is negotiating to keep its headquartes in Boston Properties' trophy instead of moving to 601 Lexington.

Marc Holliday, chief executive of SL Green, the city's biggest landlord, talks recovery.

Ryan Meehan.

Mansion at 23 Gramercy Park South in contract, listed for $20 M.



Gallup, Staples involved in recent office leases. (315 Park above.)


The F.D.I.C. takes 100,000 square feet in the Malkins' Empire State Building. Downtown electeds quite miffed.


Examing the reasons why the Hearst Tower's retail isn't filled yet. Anthropologie not good enough?

Contractor Structure Tone wants 90,000 square feet--and soon--in midtown or midtown south. (770 Broadway above.)

Marisa Noel Brown, daughter of Madoff enabler Walter Noel, sells townhouse at 12 East 78th for under asking.

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