On the Market: Soros Apartment Suit Silly; ‘Mosque’ Developer Sells in Chelsea; Mapping ‘Cherished Sites’

MTA puts out an RFP for it’s Madison Avenue HQ. [Reuters via Real Deal]
Sharif El-Gamal, Park51 “mosque” developer selling a Chelsea building. [Crain’s]
Brazilian model’s $50 million apartment suit against George Soros is bunk. [Daily News]
9/11 victims remains improperly disposed of by Feds. [NY Times]
Hilton signs on for Moinian project on West 54th Street. [NY Post]
Google Street View shows tony apartment buildings’ ugly side. [Curbed]
Oscar-nominated composer sells Central Park West Pad. [Real Deal]
Tribeca marble house, gaudy as a Greek temple, wants $20 million. [Journal]
Harlem public housing complex implement shady ID policy. [DNAinfo]
A map of “cherished sites” in all five boroughs. [Curbed]
A Linsane mural appears in the East Village. [Daily News]
Nobody loves a landlord, and tough times make for good business. [NY Times]
Shops coming to landmarked Villard House, another sign of booming retail. [Journal]
More on the funky townhouses planned for State Street. [Brownstoner]
Brits buying up New York. [Journal]
Astoria N trains hub of iPhone thefts. [Daily News]

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