On the Market: $25 M. UES Mansion; 333 Seventh Deal; Harlem on Clinton


Marking the 100th anniversary of the Triangle fire [NY Times]

Parks Department renounces 15 mph speed limit for bicyclists [NY Times]

Staten Island Museum breaks ground in Snug Harbor [NY Times]

Shaya Boymelgreen’s new suits [Real Deal]

REITs increasingly love New York [Real Deal]

Cushman & Wakefield vice chair Vincent Peters dead at 88 [Real Deal]

City extends deadline for 50,000-square-foot-plus buildings to hit energy benchmarks [GlobeSt]

Queens parents rally yet again against a short-stay motel in Springfield Gardens [Daily News]

Harlem residents could take or leave Bill Clinton [Daily News]

Barnes & Noble may end its attempt at a sale because no one’s interested [Bloombeg]

Zombie Lehman wants Swig to finish 25 Broad so it can foreclose on it [Bloomberg]

27-foot-wide East 67th mansion on the market for $25 million [Curbed]

David Waltuck behind new Hell’s Kitchen bistro [NY Post]

Doctors Without Borders renews and expands at 333 Seventh [NY Post, 2nd item]

Sadik-Khan’s mom to vote on Sadik-Khan plan in Soho [NY Post]

World Trade Center steel to be used to memorialize youngest Tucson victim [CityRoom]

Ladies and gentlemen, um, the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge [CityRoom]

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