On the Market: Steinway Mansion Snags Mysterious Buyer; Two Trees Now Facing Union Challenge on Domino Plan; Park Slope Pinkstone Trades for $4.45 M.

The often dispiriting reality of being a rental broker. [BU]
Want an older colonial on a quiet street? Try St. Albans, Queens. [NYT]
Astoria’s Steinway Mansion has finally snagged a buyer. But who is it? [Curbed]
NYCHA waiting list for domestic violence victim relocation stretches up to a decade. [DNAinfo]
Chinese Institute wants to sell its UES mansion for $32 M., move downtown. [WSJ]
Now unions are demanding that Two Trees use only union labor at Domino. [NYDN]
It’s inevitable: Radio Shack is doomed, but so are all the other retail chains. [AC]
REBNY commissions report on just how great it is for the city. [WSJ]
Park Slope’s former pinkstone, now brownstone, flips for $4.45 M. [Curbed]
Town’s Andrew Heiberger and Joe Sitt stop feuding, plan celebratory dinner at Nobu. [TRD]
Management company accidentally carts tenants’ possessions to the dump. [Gothamist]
Historic Clinton Hill church seeks to sell land and development rights for $8.6 million. [DNAinfo]

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