On the Market: NYU to Offer Undergrad Real Estate Degree; Woolworth’s Lobby Is Open for Tours; Brokers Now Pushing ‘Bedwick’

Flashy condo 345Meatpacking sells out in just nine months. [Crain’s]
Broker school? NYU will offer an undergrad real estate degree. [TRD]
Doormen love the slow nights of summer. [NY Mag]
The City Hall Library, a public institution hiding in plain sight. [NYT]
Run-down Park Slope brownstone partially collapses, injuring two. [BkPaper]
Investor David Marx buys back Javits-adjacent site that he lost to lender Lehman. [Crain’s]
Vivienne Westwood pays $13.5 M. for retail townhouse next to the St. Regis. [Post]
Apartment hunting with Natasha Lyonne. [NY Mag]
Battle between real estate mogul Andrew Silverman and cheating wife turns nasty. [TRD]
Woolworth Building permits a peek at its lobby for the first time in years. [WSJ]
Mystery buyer snags townhouse next to Madonna’s for $9.24 million. [Curbed]
Abandon hope: Studio apartments in “Bedwick” now ask $1,650 a month. [Brownstoner]
And this structurally unstable brownstone in Fort Greene wants $2.75 M. [Brownstoner]
Luxury dog run with canine water fountains and landscaping opens in Tribeca. [DNAinfo]
Mexican billionaire’s sale at Trump Tower sets a new price-per-square foot record. [TRD]
It’s no standing in the street and waving: Taxi-hailing apps are off to a slow start. [NYT]

On the Market: NYU to Offer Undergrad Real Estate Degree; Woolworth’s Lobby Is Open for Tours; Brokers Now Pushing ‘Bedwick’