Harlem Park shut down, Pierre duplex price cut … and more

December 10, 2008 06:20PM

1. Harlem Park project shut down [Curbed]
2. $7 million price cut at Lionel Pincus’ Pierre duplex [Cityfile]
3. Three-story building rises at 141 Dwight Avenue [Brownstoner]
4. Fort Greene medical condos purchased for $13 million [Brooklyn Eagle]
5. Evaluating 2 Columbus Circle redesign [WSJ]
6. Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors’ green office build-out complete [Green Buildings]
7. 405 Union Avenue rises to four stories [Curbed]
8. Investor says General Growth will avoid bankruptcy [WSJ]
9. Robert Scarano designing a four-story building at 340 Dean Street [GL]
10. Five-year anniversary of Atlantic Yards project [NY Mag]
11. Court Street project on hold [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Could housing hit a false bottom soon? [Inman]
13. Foreclosures increase pending home sales [WSJ]


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