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Former Halston party pad can’t sell, Queens condo tower to be tallest building in borough, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi | July 10, 2018 - 11:00AM 

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Former Halston party pad on East 63rd Street can’t sell. It has been on the market for seven years, with a price drop from $38.5 million to its current $24 million (New York Post)

A condo building under construction in Long Island City has received a 200-foot height reduction, but at 67 stories it is still on track to become the tallest tower in Queens (Curved via The Wall Street Journal)

Tenants and landlord for 85 Bowery reached an agreement on renovations and a return date for residents six months after their eviction (Bowery Boogie)

According to a new report from Realtors Property Resource, more than 85 percent of brokers place a priority on using a mobile device to accomplish daily tasks, up 10 percent from 2017 (Real Estate Weekly)

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams urges developer to help preserve Kensington Stables (Bklyner)

Before and after: ideas for a gut bathroom renovation (Apartment Therapy)

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