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New owner plans to reboot Clearview Chelsea Cinemas, the Alexander penthouse price drops by another $1M … and more

May 01, 2013 05:00PM

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The Alexander penthouse in Turtle Bay (Source: StreetEasy)

1. Companies opt for smaller office spaces to create natural icebreakers [WSJ]
2. The Alexander penthouse’s asking price drops by another $1 million [Curbed]
3. New owner plans to reboot Clearview Chelsea Cinemas [DNAinfo]
4. Architect sells part of Tribeca triplex for $5.95M [Curbed]
5. Tips for boomer home sellers targeting Generation Y [Forbes]
6. New Yorkers can now summon a cab with a smartphone [NYT]
7. Brooklyn countertop maker restarts production after rough Sandy recovery [NYT]
8. Housing markets in most U.S. cities leave much to be desired [WSJ]
9. A day in the life of an East Village resident: PHOTOS [EV Grieve]
10. Rebuilding of New Zealand city raises question of business rebound [WSJ]

  • http://twitter.com/arikkatzenberg Arik Katzenberg

    This ripping up of all my childhood sites has gotta stop!

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