On the Market: 3 WTC Will Rise; Eliot Spitzer Was Deep Into Real Estate; Inventory at Record Low

Silverstein snags media ad giant GroupM as an anchor tenant. Richard Rogers’ 3 WTC will rise! [Post]
Manhattan’s apartment inventory is at its lowest point in thirteen years. [NYT]
And average rents for new leases in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx hit $3,000 a month. [WSJ]
Jared Kushner and Aby Rosen drop $375 million on Witnesses buildings in Dumbo for office space. [Post]
Would-be comptroller Eliot Spitzer has been deeply involved in his dad’s real estate firm since resigning as governor. [Capital]
More hotels, probably cheap, and probably Virgin’s first one in the United States, for NoMad. [Crain’s]
The city takes over the Sandy-hit South Street Seaport. [DNAinfo]
SHoP’s East Houston condo is back—as a rental. [NYT]
5 Points developer throws in some affordable housing and more artist space to placate the community. [LICPost]
Bloomberg wants his parks to be self-sufficient. [WSJ]
Did Leonardo DiCaprio buy at 250 West? [Curbed]
Two towers are going up on First Avenue on the Upper East Side with less than one condo per floor [WSJ]
165 years of development in Midtown condensed into one minute. [Curbed]
Fruit-based, non-alcoholic cocktail bar opening in Dumbo. [‘Stoner]