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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

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

2. High Line to open second section next week
[DNAinfo]

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

4. Rank-and-file carpenters file motion to freeze contract negotiations between union and contractor associations
[Crain's]

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

6. City agrees to expand East Village landmarks proposal
[GVSHP]

7. Average price of NYC single-family home drops 24 percent since 2006
[Crain's]

8. Former Prospects Heights townhouse listed as condos
[Curbed]

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
[DNAinfo
]
12. Soft housing data points to sluggish economy [Reuters]
13. Adam Leitman Bailey says investor’s cash is king in the current market
[MSNBC]

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