Man Blocked from His Dakota Apartment for 16 Years; WeWork Offices Coming to Brooklyn Navy Yard

Posted On Mon, July 6, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, July 6, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • A state court has ruled to shut down plans for a Willets Point Mall. [NYT]
  • Developer Robert Siegel bought an apartment at The Dakota for $2M back in 1999 and he’s still waiting to move in. The building’s co-op board has been using half of it for tenant storage. [NYP]
  • The first crane has arrived at the site of Extell’s 1,522-foot Central Park Tower (formerly Nordstrom Tower). [Curbed]
  • Related’s MiMA Tower sells for $260M to an international investment firm. [TRD]
  • Renderings revealed for WeWork’s Brooklyn Navy Yard office building. [Bloomberg]

Images: The Dakota (L); WeWork offices (R)

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