On the Market: Jerry Seinfeld Moving?; Hit Factory Condos; Dirty Beaches


The city wants Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue to look prettier (we wondered aloud about this ourselves). [Journal]

Conde Nast hires Gensler to design its new office space in 1 World Trade Center. [Curbed NY]

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Hersha Hospitality Trust snags stalled Union Square hotel for $104.1 million. [The Real Deal]

A third construction union finalizes new contract just in time… [Crain’s]

…But what happens if the rest of them don’t deal in time for today’s deadline? [Journal]

Four years after it hits the market, the Hit Factory finally sells out. [The Real Deal]

Just like its streets, New York City has some dirty beaches. [NY Post]

Harlem-based bank is bailed out by firms like Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley. [Crain’s]

Floor plans for MiMA’s condos hit the web. [The Real Deal]

Related exec jumps ship to Prudential Douglas Elliman. [Journal]

Jerry Seinfeld might be heading across the park to the Upper East Side. [NY Post]

Brooklyn’s most valuable single-family housing resides in Brooklyn Heights. [Brownstoner]

Flushing, Queens, condo complex settles with unhappy buyers. [NY Post]