On the Market: Gansevoort’s Dirty Pool; Moinian’s Loan Extension; Cheaper Retail Leases

Why these days the subway is always crowded—even on the weekends. [NY Times]

Brooklyn’s Seaside Summer Concert series is relocating after 20 years. [Crain’s]

Some upscale restaurants with many health violations are allowed to remain open. [NY Post]

The owner of an apartment complex in Harlem wants major expansion now that the housing market is up. [Journal]

Brokers are using web services for comprehensive lists of available homes for sale. [NY Times]

Some stores are looking for bargains—cheaper leases in locations with less traffic. [Journal]

Moinian closes on loan extension for downtown rental building the Renaissance. [The Real Deal]

Politicians are seeking to close a loophole that exempts state- and federal -owned buildings from city safety codes. [DNAinfo]

Steer clear of the Gansevoort Hotel pool—it’s dirtier than some city swimming pools. [NY Post]

Concrete workers are now threatening to strike. [Crain’s]

Fairway Market is expanding outside of the city. [Journal]

Credit unions are getting in on the mortgage business. [NY Times]

Ivanka Trump is moving her jewelry store from Madison Avenue to Soho. [NY Post]

Allen Street Hotel project on the Lower East Side is facing foreclosure. [The Real Deal]


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