Real Estate Wire: The 10 Biggest Projects Filed in June; A Bed-Stuy Laundromat Sells for $4.3M

July 10, 2014
  • Asian insurance funds are set to increase their spending on overseas real estate by $75 billion, and NYC could get a chunk of that. [TRD]
  • 10 biggest NYC real estate projects filed in June. [TRD]
  • A look inside the penthouses at 443 Greenwich, Tribeca’s priciest new conversion. [Curbed]
  • Architect Enrique Norton of Ten Arquitectos is slated to design the three apartment towers that could top Harlem’s East River Plaza. [Curbed]
  • The Fulton Metrotech building has been reduced to nothing more than a pile of rubble. Up next for the site? Apartments, of course. [Brownstoner]
  • A former laundromat in Bed-Stuy has sold for $4.3M. [DNA Info]
  • Up, up, and away! Like Brooklyn rents, Brooklyn sales are at a record high. So high, in fact, that people are heading to Queens in search of better deals. [Crain’s]

242 West 53rd Street (left); Bed-Stuy laundromat (right)

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