RKF tapped to lease South Street Seaport redevelopment, Bowery added to register of historic places … and more

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Apr.April 18, 2013 05:00 PM

1. RKF tapped to handle leasing at South Street Seaport redevelopment [NYO]
2. Good fences make good neighbors — except in Southampton, where post-Sandy barricades have residents up in arms [NYT]
3. The Bowery now listed on the National Register of Historic Places [NYT]
4. Breaking down the city’s subway stops by wealth and poverty [NYP]
5. A profile of Jamie Bernstein’s home, which reminds her of her father, Leonard [NYP]
6. Kushner Companies met with East Village residents and community board last night [EVGrieve]
7. Renovation project slated to close two Central Park playgrounds [DNAinfo, via MyUpperWest]
8. Landmark Park Slope maybe not so much of a landmark [Brownstoner]
9. Binghamton, N.Y. fights population decline by persuading local university students to create next great business incubator [WSJ]
10. A look at America’s luxury housing boom [Forbes]
11. …And photos of the properties [Forbes]
12. Attempts to save Brooklyn’s Church of the Redeemer may not work out [Brownstoner]
13. 47 tips to pimp your paint job [BuzzFeed]

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