The Closing: Spitzer Sale; Airport Expansions; W Discounts

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The real estate board that seemed to fall off the face of the earth (but it’s not like many people were aware of its existence in the first place). [The Real Deal]

SEE ALSO: Eliot Spitzer Is Rolling Up His Sleeves at His New Williamsburg Development

New brokerage Town Residential has been off to a booming start. [NY Times]

Frequent fliers, rejoice: New York’s airports might be expanding to reduce flight delays. [AP via Crain’s]

Pam Liebman doesn’t like it when brokerages are stereotyped as being “stiff.” [The Real Deal]

Construction on a Williamsburg hotel is moving along. [Curbed NY]

Harlem and the financial district saw the biggest rent increases during the past year, according to Citi Habitats. [Journal]

Pedestrian bridge in Red Hook will close for a few months. [Brownstoner]

The W Downtown New York is discounting many of its residential units. [Curbed NY]

Spitzer family gets $31 million for medical office building on East 37th Street. [Crain’s]

The scaffolding on London Terrace Gardens in Chelsea is coming down. [NY Times]

Anthony Weiner’s possible successor could be good news for realtors. [The Real Deal]