On the Market: Guerrilla Garden; Virtual Argument at ESB; Rents Rising


Rooftop parties aren’t enjoyable for everyone—West 30th Street residents can’t stand the noise. [DNAinfo]

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Strong Place Church Condo Conversion (yes, church) is 50 percent taken. [Brownstoner]

Park Slope resident creates unauthorized “guerrilla garden.” [Patch]

Ralph Gardner discusses his hatred for East 86th Street. [Journal]

Carroll Park garden certified as wildlife habitat. [PMFA]

Fashion designer caught stealing from Greenwich Avenue store. [NY Post]

Has the rental market recovered? Citi Habitats thinks so. [NY Post]

Get ready for your rent to rise: short-term extension of rent law fails; rent regulation expires. [Journal]

Owners of Empire State Building don’t like the tourist-luring virtual helicopter. [NY Times]

Property owner Joe Tabak is taking disputed contract to court; says Ring family backed out of agreement. [The Real Deal]

Harlem condos close at $715 per square foot, close to the most expensive building in neighborhood. [The Real Deal]

U.S. brokers sue Engel & Volkers over claim of misleading financial data. [The Real Deal]

Peter Ashe Real Estate moving offices up the street. [The Real Deal]