The Closing: Brooklyn’s Second-Most Expensive Parking Spot Asks $69K



Sign of recovery? Mortgage applications up 13 percent nationwide. [The Real Deal]

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Retail investment also accelerating. [The Real Deal]

A Park Slope parking spot (borough’s second most expensive?) might be worth way more than your car. [Curbed NY]

Construction finally wraps at Harlem Sol, which is 25 percent sold. [The Real Deal]

BLDG Management and Tavros Capital purchase foreclosed Soho condo at Broome Street for $17 million. [The Real Deal]

Massey Knakal asks $1 million a year for 16,450-square-foot lot in Brooklyn. [Crain’s]

Bankrupt St. Vincent’s is selling its Staten Island assets in a proposed $34 million deal. [Crain’s]

Let the protests continue: rent regulation is set to expire today. [Crain’s]

Upper East Siders don’t buy the Spence School’s excuse as to why it needs a giant glass atrium connecting two buildings. [DNAinfo]

Final renderings available for Pier 35. [Bowery Boogie]