Durst Organization’s Helena first on board with city’s new compost plan, Clinton Hill sees $240K price increase in just one quarter … and more

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Apr.April 19, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Durst Organization’s Helena building first on board with Manhattan’s new composting plan [Crain’s]
2. Housing recovery affecting the way buyers flip homes [CNBC]
3. Upper West Side triplex with astroturf backyard asks $3.8 million [Curbed]
4. Elliman launching sales at Tribeca’s 11 North Moore in August [Buzz Buzz Home]
5. Vertigo-inducing view from the new observatory at One World Trade Center: PHOTO [Curbed, 1st item]
6. Game One at Yankee Stadium, 1923: PHOTOS [Business Insider]
7. Real estate industry to get yet another reality TV show [Curbed, 2nd item]
8. DDG scaling up its Manhattan ambitions [NYO]
9. Dog droppings put a damper on Bushwick’s beautification efforts [DNAinfo]
10. Clinton Hill sees $240,000 increase in average sales price in one quarter [DNAinfo]
11. Construction check-in at PS 437 in Kensington [Kensington BK]
12. Zurich luxury market goes downhill [WSJ]


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