Open-source building comes to Brooklyn … and more

Nov.November 15, 2007 11:12 AM
  1. 1. Developer plans “open source” building in Brooklyn more [Curbed]
  2. 2. Financial service firms put office space on the market more [NYO]
  3. 3. Upper West Side open house bandits caught on tape more [Curbed]
  4. 4. Cerfs’ legendary townhouse sells for 8.5 million more [NYO]
  5. 5. Court Street Lofts tries a yet another name more [Curbed]
  6. 6. City calls for faster fixes at UN more [NYDN]
  7. 7. A late landmarking effort could slow plans for Hotel Pennsylvania more [NYO]
  8. 8. City could commemorate “Underground Railroad” houses in Downtown Brooklyn more [Gowanus Lounge]
  9. 9. City’s economic development chief looks to the outer boroughs more [NYO]
  10. 10. Greenwich Village through the years more [AMNY]
  11. 11. New York’s market could be headed for a double-digit drop more [Fortune via Curbed]
  12. 12. Toxic Sunset Park waterfront getting a $36 million makeover more [Curbed]
  13. 13. The power struggle over Coney Island more [NYO]
  14. 14. Legal papers call former Deutsche Bank tower a “tinderbox” more [NYT]
  15. 15. Seaport revitalization stalls more [Crain’s]
  16. 16. How rent deregulation changed Boston and Cambridge more [NYO]

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