On the Market: Conde Nast to Relocate to 1 WTC in November; Harlem Pizzeria Bans Kids; Tupper Thomas Will Lead New Yorkers for Parks

Savanna pays $60 M. for Madison Square Park storefront. [Crain’s]
Taxpayers will be the ones bailing out wealthy oceanfront property owners. [NBC]
Lower Fifth Avenue: one of the few places in the city that actually feels timeless. [NYT]
De Blasio budget eliminates $1 M. in funding for industrial business zones. [Crain’s]
Billy Macklowe’s new residential project could mean competition with dad. [WSJ]
Conde Nast plans to relocate to 1 WTC in November. [CapitalNY]
Not so spicy: Chipotle founder sells West Village townhouse at a considerable loss. [TRD]
It’s not Brooklyn: Harlem pizzeria bars groups of kids because they’re annoying. [DNAinfo]
Want to inherit your parents’ co-op? Better make sure they leave it to you in their will. [BU]
Fi-Di luxury rental features a boxing studio and prices are only slightly above Fort Greene’s. [DNAinfo]
Mid-size banks help to fill some of the void left by shrinking investment banks. [WSJ]
Tupper Thomas comes out of retirement to lead New Yorkers for Parks. [NYT]

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