Extell’s Carlton House launches sales, Related interested in Chicago skyscraper site … and more

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Apr.April 10, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Extell’s Carlton House launches sales [NYO]
2. Site of jilted 150-story Chicago tower up for auction, Related shows interest [WSJ, 1st item]
3. Here’s what didn’t make it into the South Village landmark proposal [GVSHP]
4. Some ideas for Jamie Dimon’s $2 million Park Avenue office [Bloomberg Businessweek]
5. Scaffolding at 5 Beekman Street going up [Curbed, 1st item]
6. Union Sackett condo project in Carroll Gardens to have part-brownstone facade [Pardon Me For Asking]
7. An open letter from an apartment seeker in Carroll Gardens [Pardon Me For Asking]
8. Private equity bigwig KKR picks up 1.3 million-square-foot Albany mall [WSJ, 2nd item]
9. Daniel Libeskind to give free talk at Cooper Union this month [Curbed, 2nd item]
10. Poet Taylor Mead taking leave of absence from NYC [EV Grieve]
11. A sit-down with SiteCompli co-founder Jason Griffith [NYT]
12. Visualizing Moscow’s landmarks as underground structures: PHOTOS [Atlantic Cities]

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