Morning Links: Family Circle Eyes Pfizer Space; Element Developer Ditches Parent; World’s Largest Bobblehead


Family Circle publisher eying former Pfizer space at 200 East 42nd. (Post

Element developer parts ways with mother Russia. (Real Deal)

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New Yorker gambles on purchase of oldest casino in Atlantic City. (WSJ

183 Madison near $75 million sale to British group. (Post

Related exec leaves to form own firm, Oliver’s Realty Group. (Crain’s

Retail coming to outer boroughs — if the locals allow. (WSJ)

New Jersey’s transit system debuts “quiet cars,” to muted praise. (NYT

Reviving old housing projects means fewer new ones. (Bloomberg

The average co-op maintenance fee shot 20% higher last year. (Smart Money)

Chinatown tenants claim landlord turned up heat to drive them out during last week’s heat wave. (

And, of course, world’s biggest bobblehead built in Brooklyn. (NYDN)