On the Market: Alec Baldwin Cast Iron; Dursts Push UES Boundary; $47 M. Mansion Returns

Fifth Avenue retail stock is rising; 452 Fifth is getting two new tenants for a combine 23,000 square feet of space. [NY Post]

The city still has more than 600 stalled development sites, but new construction permits are on the rise. [Journal]

Alec Baldwin might be considering a Soho move, leaving his place at Central Park West. [NY Post]

They can’t pay the mortgage, but this couple will be your personal dinosaur for one year if you give them a home. [NY Daily News]

Colorado company UDR buys Financial District apartment building for $325 million. [The Real Deal]

The Upper East Side might be inching further north, thanks to the Dursts’ 1212 Fifth [NY Times]

Not everyone likes the Hamptons McMansions; one man bought a smaller place and renovated it to avoid being “like Scrooge on Christmas Eve.” [Journal]

What a deal! Area Property executive relists Manhattan mansion for only $47 million. [The Real Deal]

Barclays Center ditches hip Jones Soda for Coke [Brownstoner]

Looking for a small office? They disappearing! [Crain’s]

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