On the Market: High Line Aura on 27th; Toll Brothers’ Gramercy Win; $700K Hamptons Rental


The High Line is bringing new development to a block of West 27th Street. [Journal]

Toll Brothers gets Gramercy property for $35.5 million at foreclosure auction. [The Real Deal]

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Texan chicken wing franchise to open in downtown Brooklyn. [Crain’s]

Bank of America could toss developer’s wife from her Park Avenue co-op if they don’t pay up. [NY Post]

Billionaire is willing to pay $700,000 for a summer rental in the Hamptons. [NY Post]

Drill accident at Atlantic Yards site injures two people and damages cars. [Brooklyn Paper]

Vacant lot in Kensington has become a festering pile of trash. [Brooklyn Paper]

City in search of spaces for two Brooklyn day care centers. [NY Daily News]

Rare Fifth Avenue mansion hits the market for $49 million. [NY Times]

Lawmakers trying to rework rent regulation loophole that benefits landlords but makes apartments less affordable. [NY Times]