The Real Deal New York

New York City has smaller carbon footprint than suburbs, a day in the life of a foreclosure “door-kicker”: VIDEO … and more

January 08, 2014 05:05PM

Average annual household carbon footprint (Source: Curbed via UC Berkeley CoolClimate Network)

Average annual household carbon footprint (Source: UC Berkeley CoolClimate Network via Curbed)

1. New York City has a smaller carbon footprint than the suburbs [Curbed]
2. A day in the life of a “door-kicker,” who breaks into foreclosed homes to check for damage: VIDEO [CNBC]
3. TerraCRG retained as marketer of 11,200-square-foot Red Hook property [Press Release]
4. Rudin Management to spend millions to revamp 560 Lexington Avenue [NYP]
5. Lakewood Capital completes one of first leases since Crown, Highgate bought 650 Madison Avenue [NYP]
6. Oregon-based Will Leather Goods inks first New York lease in Nolita [NYP]
7. TAG Associates relocating to 810 Seventh Avenue [NYP]Julie Strickland

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