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Hamptons property buys signal healthy economy, visiting High Line park “like going to the zoo for starchitects” … and more

May 05, 2014 05:35PM

1. Lavish Hamptons property buy signals healthy economy [Business Insider]

2. Cary Tamarkin: Visiting High Line park “like going to the zoo for starchitects[WSJ]

3. Nearly 30 percent of Manhattan is now landmarked [Crain’s]

4. A Manhattanite’s guide to buying into brownstone Brooklyn [BrickUnderground]

5. Google Maps snubs seaside nabes [Brooklyn Paper]

6. Affordable housing complex for domestic violence survivors to open in BedStuy [DNAinfo]

7. Gentry Credits plan would funnel gentrifier cash to local artists, affordable housing [BetaBeat]

8. Permits pop up for Fisher Brothers’ 225 East 39th Street [NYY]

9. Penthouse listing at 200 Eleventh Avenue revealed: VIDEO [CNBC]

Julie Strickland