On the Market: Whole Foods Poised to Open Near Bryant Park; Everything That Was Once Useful is Now Condos; Cuomo Supports Renters’ Tax Credit

Love New York because it has so many towers that brush past 1,000 feet? [NYM]
Cushman & Wakefield appoints Goldman Sachs’s Edward Forst as CEO. [Crain’s]
Walmart sells Occupy Wall Street posters (and they’re not even cheap—$52!) [DNAinfo]
Karl Fischer to design 172-unit project in Crown Heights. [BuzzBuzz]
New Whole Foods plans to open near Bryant Park. [WSJ]
Sofia Vergara’s husband spotted moving into swanky condo the Milan. [Post]
Condos at former St. Vincent’s site sell quickly, just hope no one needs a hospital. [WSJ]
Meanwhile, LICH considers redevelopment plan for condos and urgent care center. [NYT]
And many other non-profits are also selling off their real estate holdings to raise cash. [TRD]
But at least artifacts from demolished churches find an afterlife in Staten Island. [NYT]
NYCHA agrees to tackle mold more quickly as part of federal lawsuit. [NYT]
This year a 4-foot monitor lizard living off rats was rescued from a Brownsville lot. [DNAinfo]
Cuomo supports a tax credit for New York renters. [AP via Crain’s]

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