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Group of Dewey & LeBoeuf associates laid off, Thom Mayne tapped as architect for first Cornell Tech building … and more

May 09, 2012 05:00PM

1. Group of associate attorneys at Dewey & LeBoeuf are laid off [WSJ]
2. Pritzker Prize-winner Thom Mayne tapped as architect for first Cornell Tech building [Architect’s Newspaper]
3. Final sale price for Oprah’s Place 57 penthouse listed at $7.75M, lower than asking price [Curbed]
4. SI’s Wagner College to receive $15M in funding to renovate two campus buildings [NYO]
5. New website HonestBuildings.com contains information for 250,000 NYC commercial and mixed-use properties [Curbed]
6. Preview photos of Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s new visitor center and living roof [Gothamist]
7. New York tops list of America’s most powerful global cities [Atlantic]
8. Netflix exec lists UWS townhouse for nearly $8M [Curbed]
9. Advice for purchasers who inherit foreclosed tenants [Bigger Pockets]
10. Park Slope-based Zito’s Sandwich Shoppe to open Coney Island location, continues trend of Brooklyn eateries opening on boardwalk [Brooklyn Paper]