On the Market: Tony Home Builder; Chelsea Marketted; Sinking Sewers



Jamestown Properties now owns all of the Chelsea Market space. [The Real Deal]

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Who said anything about job loss? Some companies are expanding in Manhattan. [NY Post]

Former East Village club might not turn into a bakery after all. [DNAinfo]

Dumpster pools might have disappeared from summer street fests, but they’re now at a Long Island City former bank and parking lot. [NY Daily News]

Architect builds tiny model homes that turn into giant Hamptons houses. [The Real Deal]

Boutique investment firm tries persuading rent-stabilized tenants to leave Chinatown tenement to it can put rent back to market rates. [NY Times]

Ann Curry isn’t concerned yet about the homeless man squatting in her townhouse; she’s too busy in Africa. [NY Post]

City sewers overwhelmed by heavy rains. [Journal]

Judge refuses Bloomberg administration’s request to remove emergency call boxes. It would have saved $6.3 million a year, but it was seen as discriminating against the impaired. [NY Times]