Sales in Brooklyn and Queens top Manhattan, subway stations named after corporations, more

By Georgia Kral | July 28, 2017 - 12:30PM 

A Williamsburg restaurant has stopped paying rent to its landlord, Jared Kushner, citing terrible conditions and noise (New York Daily News)

A new report shows Manhattan sales are still the most expensive, but more sales are coming from Brooklyn and Queens (The Real Deal)

The old Triangle Sports building, on a piece of land shaped like a triangle by Brooklyn's Barclays Center, will be redeveloped into a transparent glass structure (DNA Info)

What do you think of this "unusual" take on a Brooklyn townhouse development that's nearing completion in Williamsburg? (Curbed)

This trailer park has "million-dollar views" and "billionaire residents"! Where, oh where could it be located? (New York Post)

A City Council committee has approved the plans for the Midtown East rezoning and the full Council is expected to also sign off (Crain's New York Business)

In Brownsville, a new culinary training center and restaurant are opening soon that will benefit locals (The New York Times)

Welcome to Union Square-MasterCard station. Cuomo has introduced a new "adopt-a-station" program to raise funds for the MTA (amNewYork)



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