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NY construction freeze could mean 230 lost construction jobs, High Line gets 2 millionth visitor … and more

April 02, 2010 08:28AM

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1. Paterson’s construction freeze could mean 230 lost construction jobs [Post]
2. Barclays Center to have a meditation chamber [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Designer-producer Stuart Parr lists glass-walled Shelter Island manse for $8.95M [NYT]

4. High Line welcomes 2 millionth visitor [Post]

5. Arthur Ashe widow sells UES duplex for $2.125M [NYT]

6. New Red Hook liquor store wins license after month-long standoff [Brooklyn Paper]
7. Financier lists 250 West 94th Street penthouse for $8.5M [NYT]
8. Fannie, Freddie yield at three-month high [Bloomberg]
9. 898 Park Avenue triplex gets $3M price cut [NYT]
10. RBS to sell $309.7M in commercial mortgage debt [Bloomberg]
11. Construction spending hits seven-year low [Bloomberg]

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