On the Market: Times Square TGI Fridays Off the Menu; Two Trees Rent Strike; G-Train Better Than You Think

Can Arena Properties cash in on the Barclays Center’s cache? [BK Paper]
That Times Square landmark TGI Friday’s closing. [Crain’s]
Hah! The G-Train is no slower than any other trains. [CapitalNY]
Arthur Woods’ final days at the Broken Angel. [NYT Local]
Brooklyn’s famed Bossert Hotel becoming a hotel again? [Brownstoner]
Empire State Building IPO tweaked. [Journal]
Rent strike at Two Trees complex in Cobble Hill follows Stuy Town’s lead. [Curbed]
Larry Gluck buys two Hudson Square buildings, plans combo for ritzy offices. [NY Post]
“Twin Peaks” Village co-op and bohemian hangout now only $1.45 million. [Real Deal]
Appraisals are still shady, even after the over-inflation of the bust. [NY Times]
Transforming decrepit old movie theaters into stores and basketball courts. [Curbed]
First look at new public plaza across from Fulton Mall. [Brownstoner]
Fixing up dowdy rentals. [Journal]
Illegal Soho building signs draw record $225,000 fine. [NY Times]
Spate of Harlem building collapses worry neighbors. [DNAinfo]
New York metro foreclosures still rising. [Crain’s]
Jersey City-to-Newark bike path finally ready to roll. [Journal]

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