The Closing: Children’s Playrooms; Roller Hockey Angst; Hudson Valley House Hunts; Anthony Weiner Finds a Buyer


Check your bill again—it’s not completely uncommon for landlords to overcharge on rent-controlled apartments. [NY Times]

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Children’s playrooms are so overplayed. The hot new thing in luxury real estate is teen lounges. [NY1]

Columbus 95 residents can rest easy: the Upper West Side building’s landlord failed to file an appeal on the decision barring him from raising rents at the property. [Crain’s]

Port Authority, however, announced a new toll hike to generate $1 billion in revenue. [NY Post]

Roller hockey players aren’t happy about the city’s plan to let the U.N. build on top of their practice space. [DNAinfo]

New Yorkers are heading to the Hudson Valley in search of a quieter life. [NY Times]

Financial services firm Oppenheimer & Co. will stay in Manhattan for at least 10 more years. [Crain’s]

Anthony Weiner found a buyer for his “sexting headquarters” in Queens. [NY Post]

Orchard Street tenement-turned-boutique-hotel is on the market. [Journal]

Soho apartment-building fire injures one woman and 10 firefighters. [NY Post]