The Closing: Macy’s Strike; 1,631 Housing Code Violations; Yotel in MiMA; $54 Yankee Steaks


Hurry up and get your shopping done now—Macy’s workers might strike. [Crain’s]

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Two Bronx apartment buildings with a combined 1,631 housing code violations will soon be repaired. [Crain’s]

This Brooklynite racked up a huge profit by hanging on to her brownstone for about 45 years. [NY Times]

Yotel shelled out $263 million for a spot at the MiMA tower. [The Real Deal]

Financial institutions now have an extra 30 days to come up with a plan to fix problems with their home-foreclosure practices. [Journal]

Walmart might invade Brooklyn’s Gravesend Bay waterfront. [Brooklyn Paper]

The president of Grid Properties is suing Trevor Davis’ 1055 Park Avenue condo complex for shoving him out of an apartment deal after he vouched for Davis in court. [The Real Deal]

Now you can get your $54 Yankee steak outside of the stadium. The Yankees are looking to expand their upscale steakhouse to other Manhattan locations. [NY Post]

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is trying to block a Chelsea-area homeless shelter from opening this summer. [DNAinfo]

Gallerist Paul Kasmin plans to transform trendy Bungalow 8 from nightclub to art gallery. [ArtInfo]

Risk management firms and insurance companies are teaming up to battle an invasive pest—bedbugs. [Crain’s]

Six brownstones on the Upper East Side are being gutted to create three new townhouses, and the original buildings are now nearly unrecognizable. [Curbed NY]

Parking garages are the new warehouses—Chelsea apartments that used to be a parking garage are now on the market. [Curbed NY]

The long-awaited East River ferry has finally arrived. [Curbed NY]