Water Street’s clock back in action, nightclubs find a defender … and more

Aug.August 20, 2009 04:49 PM

1. Provincetown Playhouse renovations not going quite as planned [Villager via Curbed]
2. 200 Water Street‘s iconic clock back in working order [EV Grieve]
3. Futuristic cottage crops up in Sag Harbor [NYT via Curbed] 

4. Nightlife industry advocacy group argues to preserve clubs and bars, despite community complaints [Guest of a Guest via Lo-Down]
5. Images of NYC’s most expensive rental revealed [Curbed]
6. Fort Greene condo units up for rent [Brownstoner]
7. NYC interior design firm raises eyebrows with provocative name, slogan [Curbed]
8. DCP tells Brownstoner its put the breaks on Gowanus rezoning [Brownstoner]
9. Habitat for Humanity finishing Brownsville condo complex [NYDN]
10. U.S. office sales prices up, first time since 2Q 2007 [FT via Realtor]
11. AIA’s Architectural Billings Index sees small uptick [Mediabistro]
12. Half of foreclosure victims are depressed [Penn via Realtor]
13. Merged and bankrupt bank branches to flood retail office market [WSJ]
14. FDIC to vote for less limitations on failed financial institution acquisitions [MarketWatch]
15. Average buyer can afford 70 percent of U.S. homes [CNNMoney via Realtor]

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