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Zara opens on 5th Ave. tomorrow, Tzolov’s Kips Bay apartment sells for $2.93M … and more

1. Spanish clothier Zara opens on Fifth Avenue tomorrow, continuing trend of affordable retailers moving to the pricey strip [Crain’s]
2. 174 Jackson sells out [Curbed]
3. Ex-Credit Suisse broker Julian Tzolov’s 225 Fifth Avenue condo sells for $2.93M [Curbed]
4. Foxwoods Casino faces major financial problems [NYT]
5. Fulton Street workers uncover archaeological find [DNAinfo]
6. Op-ed: Former Mayor Ed Koch on why NYU expansion is necessary [NYDN]
7. While the U.S. home market improves, furniture sales grow in America [Bloomberg via Crain’s]
8. Harvard Professor Edward Glaeser on why certain housing markets do better than others [Bloomberg]
9. Parkside Diner gets new lease on life [Here’s Park Slope]
10. Class A, low-rise  Bronx office building marketed by CBRE could earn $40M from sale [Post, 4th item]
11. Photos of Jacques Garcia’s NoMad Hotel [NYT]
12. Photos of Staten Island from back in the day [Gothamist]

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Zara opens on 5th Ave. tomorrow, Tzolov’s Kips Bay apartment sells for $2.93M … and more

1. Spanish clothier Zara opens on Fifth Avenue tomorrow, continuing trend of affordable retailers moving to the pricey strip [Crain’s]
2. 174 Jackson sells out [Curbed]
3. Ex-Credit Suisse broker Julian Tzolov’s 225 Fifth Avenue condo sells for $2.93M [Curbed]
4. Foxwoods Casino faces major financial problems [NYT]
5. Fulton Street workers uncover archaeological find [DNAinfo]
6. Op-ed: Former Mayor Ed Koch on why NYU expansion is necessary [NYDN]
7. While the U.S. home market improves, furniture sales grow in America [Bloomberg via Crain’s]
8. Harvard Professor Edward Glaeser on why certain housing markets do better than others [Bloomberg]
9. Parkside Diner gets new lease on life [Here’s Park Slope]
10. Class A, low-rise  Bronx office building marketed by CBRE could earn $40M from sale [Post, 4th item]
11. Photos of Jacques Garcia’s NoMad Hotel [NYT]
12. Photos of Staten Island from back in the day [Gothamist]

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