Morning Links: Condé Staff Woes; Budget Impasse Over; Four Seasons Deal



Condé Nast is preparing a move to 1 World Trade Center. (NYT)

And Condé staffers are “bummed out.” (NYP)

The New York area has 667,200 millionaires. (NYP)

Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson owns thousands of dollars in Forest City stock. (NYDN)

Large property owners will now have to pay a $175 fee for a hearing to contest their tax bill. (NYP)

The Ground Zero mosque passed was given a green light by the city’s landmarks agency. (NYT)

And the state, finally, has a complete budget. (NYT)

The Daily News isn’t thrilled with the state’s decision to tap Genting New York to make a racino at the Aqueduct Racetrack. (NYDN)

Tishman Speyer: Nah, we’re not interested in 510 Madison. (NYP)

Dallas BBQ opening near Brooklyn College; Walentas sells retail condo at 770 11th Avenue; Ty Warner buys Four Seasons retail unit. (NYP)

Lehman Brothers wants out of 85 10th Avenue lease. (NYP)




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