On the Market: Rents Remain the Same; Office Tenant Worries on Sixth; Second Ave. Building Deal


No surprise here: New York City still has the lowest apartment vacancy rate of any U.S. city. [Journal]

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But Manhattan apartment rents are also peaking. [Crain’s]

The world’s smallest commercial brewery is opening in Coney Island. [NY Post]

Grand old bank building in Chinatown has been designated a landmark. [DNAinfo]

Even street vendor hotdog carts are trying to keep up with the recent foodie craze. [NY Times]

Stonehenge Partners is poised to buy Second Avenue apartment house. [NY Post]

Noho theater tenant suing landlord for damages after being evicted. [The Real Deal]

Manhattan Chamber of Commerce chairman quits after he is accused of embezzling. [NY Post]

Small office tenants on Sixth Avenue worry about residential development taking over their space. [NY Times]

Jittery market for CMBS is stifling a commercial real estate rebound. [Journal]

Fancy new street furniture for Fort Greene. [Brownstoner]

Brooke Astor’s upstate mansion gets a price cut. [Daily News]

Governor Cuomo wants commercial, i.e. non-Indian, casinos. [NY Times]