Elsewhere

On the Market: Walt Frazier III, Mario Batali vs. Little Italy, Apthorp Sales

Some Upper East Side residents are appalled at the possibility of having a new garbage-transfer station put in one of the area’s residential neighborhoods. [NY Times]

MetLife is now trying its hand at New York’s residential mortgage business. [Crain's]

The vacancy rate for Class A office space in the area near 1 World Trade Center is at a low 4 percent. [Crain's]

The deal of a lifetime — $10 for a new luxury apartment in the East Village. [Crain's]

Uptown tenants rally against rats. [DNAinfo]

Mario Batali’s Eataly eats in to Little Italy. [NY Post]

Port Authority police allow a train with a suspicious package aboard to continue trip — and then lie to cover it up. [NY Post]

Apthorp filling up after new sales team comes in. [NY Times]

Changes in refinancing your mortgage. [NY Times]

An interview with Peter Lehrer. [NY Times]

Security company hired to protect M.T.A. instead steals from it. [NY Daily News]

Interview with Walt Frazier III, who recently joined Keller Williams’ New York City office. [The Real Deal]

Casino employment center at Aqueduct Raceway in Ozone Park draws crowd hoping for jobs. [Crain's]

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