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High Line’s second section to open next week, city tries to attract food retailers to key areas … and more

May 31, 2011 04:56PM

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1. Madoff victims’ counsel renews lease at 45 Rockefeller Center

2. High Line to open second section next week

3. Greystone inks 35,000-square-foot renewal at Carnegie Hall Tower

4. Rank-and-file carpenters file motion to freeze contract negotiations between union and contractor associations

5. U.S. industrial brokers see improvement in second quarter, driven by manufacturing output and growth in shipments

6. City agrees to expand East Village landmarks proposal

7. Average price of NYC single-family home drops 24 percent since 2006

8. Former Prospects Heights townhouse listed as condos

9. City tries to attract food retailers in key areas of Bed-Stuy, North Harlem and Long Island City [Crain’s]
10. Mysterious spate of iron-gate thefts in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill [Brownstoner]
11. Rent reform supporters build tent-city in Chelsea
12. Soft housing data points to sluggish economy [Reuters]
13. Adam Leitman Bailey says investor’s cash is king in the current market

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