A graphic breakdown of the fiscal cliff, designer homes that hit the market in 2012 … and more

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Dec.December 28, 2012 08:00 AM

1. With no deal in sight and only a week to go, a graphic breakdown of the fiscal cliff [NYT]
2. Looking back at the homes of designers that hit the market this year [Curbed]
3. Despite burgeoning recovery, foreclosures continue to threaten the market [Forbes]
4. With New Year’s on the way, a look at Champagne in the city [WSJ]
5. Could smarter taxes in NYC mean better real estate? [NYP]
6. Even wind farm developers are racing to close deals before a tax credit ends in 2013 [NYT]
7. Pizza wars: Judge rules in favor of new Grimaldi’s founder run restaurant next door to rival in Dumbo [DNAinfo]
8. In areas hit hard by Sandy, housing still suffers [NYT]
9. Strong winds blew out windows at Frank Gehry’s 8 Spruce Street [Tribeca Trib]
10. Is there too much inventory in Albany? Experts don’t think so. [Business Review]


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