On the Market: Bed-Stuy Foreclosure Protest; the $98 M. Penthouse; Dognappings Plague Brooklyn

Don’t want to scream over all the noise in Times Square? Step into one of these “meeting bowls.” [NY Post]

Don’t want to scream over all the noise in Times Square? Step into one of these “meeting bowls.” [NY Post]

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This is one pop-up shop we hope might stay—it sells healthy chocolate. [DNAinfo]

Protest launched to save Bed-Stuy woman from predatory foreclosure [Brownstoner]

Signature Theater Company closed on its performance space at MiMA for$6.6 million. [The Real Deal]

Condo building at 1212 Fifth is getting ready for its close-up (rather tediously). [NY Post]

Why Warren Buffet is right about taxing the rich: ‘Net billionaire wants to build floating Libertarian islands in international waters. [NY Daily News]

If you have $98 million, this building might have just the penthouse for you. [NY Post]

Brooklyn Federal’s commercial real estate loan portfolio goes into another real estate investment fund. [The Real Deal]

Keep ’em on a short leash! Doggy kidnapping spree hits Brooklyn. [BK Paper]

Burt Reynolds facing foreclosure on his Florida mansion. [NY Daily News]

On the Market: Bed-Stuy Foreclosure Protest; the $98 M. Penthouse; Dognappings Plague Brooklyn