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The Wrap: New York offers up massive tax breaks to buildings using solar panels, how to know “luxury property” when you see it … and more

September 24, 2014 05:00PM

It takes more than an $80 million price tag to be a luxury property.

It takes more than an $80 million price tag to be a luxury property.

1. New York offers up massive tax breaks to buildings using solar panels [BrickUnderground]
2. How to know “luxury property” when you see it [Investopedia]
3. Newlyweds use cash-gift registries to fund home projects [WSJ]
4. Long Island City lands Doughnut Plant [Crain’s]
5. Battle of Roosevelt Island’s overdecorated apartments [Curbed]
6. Cinton Hill’s 333 Greene Avenue is 100% leased [Press Release]
7. Revisiting the High Line’s three-part journey [Arch Daily]
8. Bobby Kennedy Jr. and Cheryl Hines pick up $5M Malibu pad [NYDN]

Julie Strickland

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