In the News: 1 World Trade Center Jump on Video

••• “Video footage showing a death-defying leap from the top of 1 World Trade Center was posted on YouTube Monday by an attorney of one of the four men accused of carrying out the stunt as they turned themselves in to police.” There’s a lovely potential misread there…. Above: The view down. —DNAinfo

••• Robert De Niro’s wife, Grace Hightower, had said she was scouting Tribeca locations for a café, but the New York Post says she’s now looking at Chelsea.

••• “According to MTA Board documents released yesterday, [the Fulton Transit Center] will open to public on Thursday, June 26.” —2nd Ave. Sagas (via Curbed)

••• “The possible sale of 41 River Terrace may be complicated by two factors: the building was financed under the City’s 421-a tax abatement program, which confers a form of rent stabilization on apartments there through 2019. And it was also developed with financial help from the State’s Housing Finance Agency, which requires that 20 percent of the building’s 340 apartments be set aside for low-income residents through the year 2020, while 80 percent can be leased to tenants with any income level. While Rockrose is free to sell its interest in Tribeca Pointe, any prospective purchaser is legally bound by these requirements.” —Broadsheet

••• “The publisher of the venerable magazines Nature and Scientific American is doing what several other media and creative companies have done in recent months. It is moving to lower Manhattan. Macmillan Science and Education is taking 176,121 square feet at the top of the downtown office tower, 1 New York Plaza.” —Crain’s

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