Morning Links: Family Circle Eyes Pfizer Space; Element Developer Ditches Parent; World’s Largest Bobblehead

Family Circle publisher eying former Pfizer space at 200 East 42nd. (Post

Element developer parts ways with mother Russia. (Real Deal)

New Yorker gambles on purchase of oldest casino in Atlantic City. (WSJ

183 Madison near $75 million sale to British group. (Post

Related exec leaves to form own firm, Oliver’s Realty Group. (Crain’s

Retail coming to outer boroughs — if the locals allow. (WSJ)

New Jersey’s transit system debuts “quiet cars,” to muted praise. (NYT

Reviving old housing projects means fewer new ones. (Bloomberg

The average co-op maintenance fee shot 20% higher last year. (Smart Money)

Chinatown tenants claim landlord turned up heat to drive them out during last week’s heat wave. (DNA.info

And, of course, world’s biggest bobblehead built in Brooklyn. (NYDN)

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