On the Market: Damon Dash Cashes Out; Hockey for Brooklyn?; Motorino Cooked by Sinking Building

TIAA-Cref is eyeing 475 Fifth Avenue; the reported asking price is between $100 million and $140 million. [Crain’s]

CIM nearing deal with last townhouse holdout at Drake site [Post]

The downtown Brooklyn Municipal Building will soon get a developer for a renovation into retail space. [Journal]

Even the sales of his two Manhattan apartments couldn’t get hip-hop bad boy Damon Dash out of a debt hole. [The Real Deal]

We normally wouldn’t care, but Nassau County voters reject hockey arena vote—could this mean a team for Brooklyn? [Newsday]

Residents of Victorian Flatbush are fed up with cellphone polls popping up in their neighborhood [Brownstoner]

After Apple and Shake Shack, what’s next to Grand Central? A bowling alley. [NY Daily News]

Although banks and lenders are required by law to maintain them, foreclosed homes in N.Y.C. are racking up building code violations. [Journal]

Municipal Art Society get $600,000 challenge grant from Wall Streeter [DNAinfo]

Hyped Williamsburg pizzeria Motorino closed permanently by sinking row house [Brooklyn Paper]


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