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Morningside Heights cathedral reopens, eminent domain may be used in Bay Ridge … and more

November 30, 2008 11:42PM

1. Restored cathedral in Morningside Heights reopens [NY1]
2. Eminent domain may be used to build school in Bay Ridge [Brownstoner]
3. Developers rush to demolish buildings before landmark designation [NYT]
4. Four stories up at Avalon Bay condo [Brownstoner]
5. Private equity firm Brickman buys 95 Morton Street for $96 million [NYO]
6. Feds approve Bank of America’s purchase of Merrill Lynch [Crain’s]
7. Court rules that attorneys can cancel home sale contracts [Buffalo News]
8. Buying a co-op is “like pledging a college fraternity” [NY1]
9. Tied up in scandal and divorce, woman can finally sell apartment after 18 years [NYT]
10. “Great potential” in Newark [NYT]
11. History of a “peculiar” brick building in Park Slope [NYT]
12. Why two units at the Edge are the same size but different prices [NY Mag]


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