The Closing: Robert De Niro Selling; St. Ann’s Leaving; Setai Discounting


The fairly new residential brokerage the Galleria Group plans to merge with Urban Sanctuary. [The Real Deal]

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A Harlem burger joint is shamelessly copying the Shake Shack. We bet it still isn’t as good. [Gothamist]

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved plans for a strange-looking addition to the top of 837 Washington Street. [Curbed NY]

Former City Council speaker Gifford Miller is jumping into the real estate business. [Journal]

A luxury jeans company is expanding its Broadway headquarters. [Crain’s]

A naval architecture firm is also expanding (nearly doubling, in fact) in the garment district. [Crain’s]

St. Ann’s Warehouse is giving up the fight and leaving Dumbo because of the “callousness” of a neighborhood association. [Brooklyn Heights Blog]

Get ’em while they’re cheap(er)—Setai Wall Street is discounting condo prices by about 16 percent. [Crain’s]

The Brooklyn Bridge Park hotel and housing development might soon be on its way to actually happening. [Brooklyn Eagle]

You lookin’ at my townhouse? Robert De Niro is selling his West Village home. [The Real Deal]

Japanese conference and meeting-space company is opening its first U.S. location in Manhattan. [Crain’s]

New York City has picked its first resident board member for its Housing Authority Board. [The Real Deal]