The Real Deal New York

UES year-round tennis plan rejected, Battery Park City library to also be green … and more

March 18, 2010 04:46PM

1. New Battery Park City library also environmentally-conscious [NBC New York]
2. UES tennis proposal rejected [A Walk in the Park]
3. When low pricing pays off for the seller [Post]
4. Landlord tries light installation to nab retail tenants [Crain’s]
5. What the ratio of real estate to total household assets means for the market [Pragmatic Capitalist]
6. Higher interest rates will further harm housing market, economist says [Seeking Alpha]
7. With apartment moving season on the horizon, Red Hook Ikea running out of stock [Racked]
8. Local officials pushing for 9/11 bill to help residents who lived near the attacks pay health bills [NYT]

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