Residential market to do well in 2011, launches agent rankings … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 02, 2010 05:13 PM

1. Harrison Ford lists Chelsea penthouse at 206 West 17th Street for $16 million [Curbed] 

2. Brooklyn’s Kingsborough Community College will host urban farming program [Brooklyn Paper] 

3. Cobble Hill Association speaks out against plan for housing in Brooklyn Bridge Park [Cobble Hill Association]
4. Building permit politics brew in East Hampton Town [Indy East End]
5. Experts predict that apartment sector will do well in 2011 [NREI] 

6. Design competition sponsored by TF Cornerstone at 99 John Deco Lofts yields three new apartments [NYT] 

7. Growler Bites and Brews dog-themed restaurant to Open On Stone Street in FiDi [DNAinfo] 

8. Marine Park Junior High to fight city’s plan to move high school into its building [Sheepshead Bites] 

9. Renting a house with an option to buy [WSJ] 

10. Film tells story of mysterious renovation of Williamsburg home on Driggs Avenue [NYDN]
11. launches new agent ratings tool [Inman]
12. Aloft Harlem has soft opening today [Harlem Bespoke]

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