On the Market: Trump Soho Sues David Rockwell; Children’s Aid Society Becoming Condos; Tax Hotels to Boost Budget


Be Will Smith’s upstairs neighbor with $85,000/month Bond Street rental [Curbed]

Upper Breast Side baby boutique booed by upstairs condo [News]

Derek Jeter and Minka Kelly check out Tribeca [Post]

Dueling lawsuits between David Rockwell and Trump Soho [Real Deal]

Another passive house for Brooklyn, this one in Park Slope [Brownstoner]

Hot to pronounce all those crazy Dutch place names in New York [Times]

Coney community votes against Concretewalk [News]

Children’s Aid Society sold for $33 million, will become condos [Journal]

Stake for sale at 299 Park, could make Boston seller 60 percent profit [Post]

Even as sales of foreclosed homes drop, still make up 28 percent of all sales [MSNBC]

Final installment in Bed-Stuy preservation series [Brownstoner]

Helmsley Hotel sale leads hospitality revival [Real Deal]

Meanwhile, hotel tax hike could raise $30 million, save firefighters and teachers [News]

New York landlord settling discrimination case with the Feds [Journal]

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