The Real Deal New York

Hudson Yards field could narrow … and more

February 07, 2008 06:37PM

1. The MTA looks to weed out Hudson Yards bidders by asking for “supplemental proposals” that explain how they’d pay for a 99-year lease [NYO]

2. The city’s first platinum LEED building will rise in Williamsburg [Curbed]

3. The former Deutsche Bank building at 130 Liberty Street will be completely razed by 2009 [Crain's]

4. Hello Living (formerly Pacific Blue) cluster of developments on the Prospect Heights/Crown Heights border takes shape [Brownstoner]

5. Number of Americans buying used homes fell more than forecast in December [Bloomberg]

6. Which New York City building would you love to tear down? [outside.in]

7. Hartford retail spot hopes for a revival [Hartford Courant]

8. Manhattan DA says Turner Construction Co. executive admits to extorting subcontractors [NYO]

9. Investment bank Bear Stearns spent nearly $1 million lobbying for tougher subprime rules [AP via Crain's]

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