The Closing: Tim Burton’s Submarine; Four Columbus Circle Deal; JPMorgan’s Moves Downtown

It turns out that some of the concrete-worker walk-outs might not have been legal. [Crain’s]

Morgan Stanley might be close to closing a deal to renew its lease at One New York Plaza and expand its space to 1 million square feet. [Real Estate Weekly]

We all live in Tim Burton’s submarine. This trippy apartment was renovated to mimic the maritime craft. [Curbed NY]

Residents show up to support proposed Bed-Stuy historic district. [Brownstoner]

Preservationists are suing East Hampton over possible Montauk dock extension. [The Real Deal]

A German real estate investment firm has paid $96.5 million for Four Columbus Circle. [Crain’s]

Former West 33rd Street tabernacle site could be the new home of a budget hotel. [Curbed NY]

Starwood Capital Group is boosting its Manhattan business. [The Real Deal]

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