On the Market: Toy Store for Grand Central; Christopher Moltisanti Selling in Tribeca; FAO Schwarz Renews on Fifth


Fire damages Upper East Side synagogue that was being renovated. [NY Times]

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Residents of West 62nd Street building are granted a preliminary injunction to limit noise from Empire Hotel rooftop bar. [The Real Deal]

M.T.A. is recruiting techies to help create a smartphone app. [NY Post]

September 11 memorial still under construction, but determined to open on time. [Journal]

Grand Central might be getting a toy store. [DNAinfo]

And another toy store has signed on for another five years. FAO Schwarz will remain at its Fifth Avenue location. [NY Post]

Christopher Moltisanti selling Tribeca property for almost $7 million. [Journal]

Lower East Side co-op board is divided between the old and the new. [NY Times]

Metro North train derails near Grand Central, trapping hundreds inside for more than an hour. [DNAinfo]

Sixth Avenue hotel wants bus stop to move so it won’t interfere with a planned sidewalk cafe. [NY Post]

Greece, Portugal and now Italy. [NY Times]