Brooklyn residents try to cut rent deals with Williamsburg developers, Greenwich Village school could move to Battery Park City … and more

March 13, 2009 08:14AM

1. North Brooklyn residents trying to make deals with Williamsburg developers to move into empty units with discounted rents [Brooklyn Paper]
2. Village developers have mixed feelings on turning condos into affordable housing [Villager]
3. Greenwich Village Middle School might be moved to Battery Park City [Villager]
4. Market jumps after good news [AP via Post]
5. Billionaires’ homes [Forbes]
6. If housing is affordable, investing won’t be [Seeking Alpha]
7. Sixty-nine of the city’s planned 290 schoolyards have been opened, with the rest scheduled to open by 2010 [Villager]
8. Soho co-ops saw a surge in prices last year [Villager]
9. City Council approves Battery Maritime Building redevelopment [Downtown Express]
10. Construction will temporarily close Beekman firehouse [Downtown Express]
11. White House tells Carrion to pay architect [NYDN]


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