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Fifth on the Park Now Over 70% Sold; Straus Memorial Care

HARLEM—Fifth on the Park, a building that has had its ups and downs with buyer backouts, now seems to be trending upwards. After closing 2011 as the highest-selling building in Harlem (moving 41 units), Halstead Property Development Marketing reports that 25 contracts have been signed since the start of 2012. [Curbedwire Inbox; previously]

UPPER WEST SIDE—Parks & Recreation personnel will be doing detail restoration on the Straus Memorial monument at Broadway and 106th Street tomorrow in advance of this week's hundred year anniversary of Isadore and Ida Straus's death aboard the Titanic. Isadore was the owner of the department store R.H. Macy and Company. His wife Ida turned down a spot in the ship's lifeboats to remain with her husband as the Titanic sank in 1912.