On the Market: Brisk Office Leasing; High Line Aftershocks; Rent Psychic

The Manhattan office market is heating up: May leases set a new record. [Crain’s]

Vornado is looking to buy a stake in 666 Fifth Avenue’s equity. [The Real Deal]

FDNY declares dozens of units in Bushwick loft building are unsafe, promptly kicks out tenants. [BushwickBK]

Everybody loves the High Line, but it’s changing old New York. [NY Post]

Corner of Rivington and Ludlow hotspot for nightlife—even apartment listings recognize it. [NY Daily News]

Want to know if a potential tenant is going to pay up every month? Hire this psychic. [NY Times]

The Rent Stabilization Association is willing to bend a little. [Journal]


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