In the second part of his exclusive interview with The Real Deal (part one ran last Friday), Brooklyn-based architect Robert Scarano weighs in on how the recession has affected the city’s real estate industry and how he plans to weather it. He also discusses his feelings on Brooklyn development in general and on some developers’ decisions not to attach his name to their projects.
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