Work at the Deutsche Bank building resumes today, Clinton Hill residents don’t want college athletic center built on a landmark block … and more

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Apr.April 23, 2009 10:10 PM

1. Work at the Deutsche Bank building expected to resume today [Downtown Express]
2. Soho residents protest the closing of the Prince Street post office [Villager], and the postal service is searching for a new Soho space [Downtown Express]
3. Clinton Hill residents don’t want St. Joseph’s College to build an athletic center on a landmark block [Brooklyn Paper]
4. New York and Los Angeles homes seeing deepest price cuts [WSJ]
5. 34 Greene Street sales office opens, and Soho Mews opens private garden [Villager, 2nd item]
6. Owner of the Yankee Tavern in the Bronx charged with tax evasion [NYT]
7. Studies say property values decline after a Superfund listing, which the Gowanus Canal is up for, but prices rebound after the cleanup [NYT]
8. After the stock market crash in 1929, some building plans disappeared [NYT]
9. P.S. 41 in Greenwich Village expected to get funding for green roof [Villager]
10. More sellers slashing prices in New York City than elsewhere [Post]
11. Barbara Corcoran answers real estate questions [NDYN]


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