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The Wrap: Reflecting on the slow rise of the new World Trade Center, New Jersey-based Chinese tourists fuel cheap hotel subculture … and more

September 08, 2014 06:00PM

One World Trade Center under construction in 2011 (Credit: Eric Bowers via Flickr)

One World Trade Center under construction in 2011 (Credit: Eric Bowers via Flickr)

1. Reflecting on the slow rise of the new World Trade Center [The Guardian]
2. New Jersey-based Chinese tourists fuel cheap hotel subculture [NYT]
3. Real estate data site Revaluate goes toe-to-toe with StreetEasy, PropertyShark [BrickUnderground]
4. Rizzoli Bookstore to reopen in NoMad [Experience NoMad]
5. Ridgewood’s retail rush [Crain’s]
6. New York moves to rein in “zombie homes” [Poughkeepsie Journal]
7. Real estate crowd funding site PeerStreet partners with small, non-bank lenders [Bloomberg News]

Julie Strickland

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