On the Market: Banks Eat the Upper West Side; Harry Macklowe Gets His Building

Union Square residents worry that a new public school would harm “quality of life” by adding to crowds. [DNAinfo]

Hamptons retailers pack it up after the summer months when most of their business leaves town. [NY Times]

President Obama’s fundraising trip has low donor turnout. [NY Post]

Development site at Sixth Street and Fourth Avenue sells for $6.5 million, building to be designed by Enrique Norton. [Brownstoner]

Foreclosures and bankruptcy spell end for Upper West Side’s H&H Bagels. [Journal]

And as the Upper West Side loses a bit of its popular charm, residents complain that big banks are stripping the neighborhood of its character. [DNAinfo]

Part of Hell’s Kitchen is heating up with new developments. [Journal]

Harry Macklowe is now the official owner of a Lenox Hill apartment building. [The Real Deal]

Landlord turns to Vornado to recapitalize Tribeca property. [Journal]

Chinatown Wyndham Garden Hotel nears completion. [The Real Deal]

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