The Closing: Will You or Won’t You Be Killed by a Falling Air-Conditioner Tonight?
Jim Hanas July 6, 2011, 6:11 p.m.
Oh no! Where will New Yorkers go to get their $175 burgers now? The Wall Street Burger Shoppe is bankrupt. [Crain’s]
Giant downtown hotel and condo building is back on track for development. [Curbed NY]
Worry not—chances are that that sketchy window air-conditioning unit propped up by VHS tapes probably won’t fall out of the window and kill you. [Village Voice]
Israeli investor grabs development site near the High Line. [NY Post]
Fu Sushi in the East Village continues business despite being ordered by Health Department to shut down. [NY Post]
More are acquitted in Deutsche Bank fire case. [NY Daily News]
The seller of this Trump Park Avenue penthouse must be optimistic; he or she just increased the price $10 million, despite previous difficulties selling units in the building. [Curbed NY]
Another financial firm is set to move into 510 Madison. [Real Estate Weekly]
Jewish institutions expand on the Upper West Side. [The Real Deal]
Residents of 340 East 34th Street won’t have to wait for renovations on their rooftop to finish; they now have an alternative that includes free food. [The Real Deal]
Won’t a big, shiny office tower seem out of place in the mostly low-rise East Village? [NY1]
Rehabilitation of the East River pier is now officially under way. [GlobeSt]
Rockefeller Center building owned by JPMorgan Asset Management and AXA Equitable Life Insurance is getting refinanced. [The Real Deal]