On the Market: McSam Sells Nugget; Matt Dillon Battles Nabe Noise; Staten Island Booms

Matt Dillon and other Upper West Siders make restaurant Calle Ocho vow to keep down the noise when it moves in. [DNAinfo]

McSam Hotel Group sells off third development project in three months. [The Real Deal]

The U.N. is still planning to build an office tower on a public playground near its headquarters. [Journal]

HBO series Boardwalk Empire films in East Village. [DNAinfo]

Landlord reaches deal with LNR Property Corp. to rescue 666 Fifth Ave. [Journal]

The number of pieds-a-terre in Manhattan is growing; many apartments stand vacant for most of the year. [NY Times]

Staten Island is booming; it shows the greatest population increase of all the boroughs from 2000 to 2009. [The Real Deal]

Operating engineer discovers crack in not-yet-operational crane at the World Trade Center site. [NY Post]

Nursery school signs lease for warehouse building in Williamsburg. [Journal]

Renta Corporacion profits off of sale of 12 Warren Street for $26.6 million. [Real Estate Weekly]

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