On the Market: More Gamal; Leaving Tribeca; a $200,000 Rental Renovation
Matt Chaban Oct. 1, 2010, 8:37 a.m.
The Real Estate Desk is folding together its morning and evening links feature into a once-a-day digest of all the important news from the city and around the world that happened in the past 24 hours. Helping power you through your Friday.
Park51 developer continues his media parade [Today Show (below), Journal]
After 50 years, sculptor leaving Tribeca for Brooklyn, his loft for sale [Times]
Ratner can bar crowds of more than three from Atlantic Yards arena plaza [BK Paper]
But at least there will be “reasonable bollards” [Post]
Speaking of plazas, Lady Gaga dropped by the Oak Room to honor her grandpa [Post]
What the Frack! Save our water supply [Gotham Gazette]
Garment District continues to shrink as another tenant undone by bankruptcy [Crain’s]
New zoning embraces car sharing while still promoting congestion [Streetsblog]
A $200,000 rental renovation [Journal]
Follow the Pattern: Sol Lewitt in your bathroom [Curbed]
Lebron buys in South Beach, but its “modest” — like him [Real Deal]
Do we even want a space shuttle for the Intrepid museum? [News]