On the Market: Midtown Food Trucks Will Not Be Denied; Office Rents Downtown on the Way Up


Space downtown is becoming more valuable—landlords near the World Trade Center site are raising rents because of the area’s revival. [NY Times]

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Midtown food trucks are finding ways around the law so they can keep operating in their coveted spots. [DNAinfo]

The government is retreating from the mortgage market. [Journal]

DKLB BKLYN and 8 Spruce Street are restructuring their financing. [The Real Deal]

Owner wants to flip Tribeca mansion for double its selling price. [Curbed NY]

Head of NBC Universal buys three co-ops on same floor facing Central Park. [Journal]

Repairs of the southbound Cortlandt Street subway station should be completed by Sept. 11. [NY Times]

After celebrities complain, proposed wine bar finds a new home on a rougher corner of the Upper West Side. [DNAinfo]

The Manhattan residential market is chugging along at a steady pace. [The Real Deal]