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Lynne Miller





    Former SI Navy homeport gets developer

    Former SI Navy homeport gets developer

    Homeport on Staten Island’s waterfront Ironstate Development of Hoboken plans to invest $150 million to build apartment buildings, stores and a public plaza as part of the long anticipated redevelopment of the Homeport on...

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    City seeks landlords to donate incubators

    To help entrepreneurs get on their feet, New York City’s Economic Development Corporation plans to open more business incubators like the one at 160 Varick Street in Lower Manhattan. The EDC is looking for...

    City seeks landlords to donate incubators
    Park Slope getting passive housing

    Park Slope getting passive housing

    New York architects are warming up to passive houses — a voluntary super energy efficient home building standard that has a following in Europe but is still in its infancy in the U.S. Brooklyn...

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    Halstead selling condos by the bundle

    Halstead’s Stephen Kliegerman is selling condos in bulk at the 505 (left) and Kalahari As home prices and sales continue to slide in New York, condominiums are getting cheaper by the dozen. At several...

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    How will TALF affect New York City residential real estate?

     Left to right: Jorden Tepper, Jonathan Miller, Adelaide Polsinelli Brokers, appraisers and other real estate professionals are not expecting...

    How will TALF affect New York City residential real estate?
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    NY architects look abroad for work

    Gensler is working on Tameer Towers (left) in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai Tower With little work to do at home, New York architecture firms are tackling more projects abroad in places like China, Vietnam...

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    Temporary office market feeling pinch

      Temporary office space available at 419 Lafayette Street (left) and 12 Desbrosses Street In another sign that the fight for tenants is getting fierce, Manhattan companies that provide temporary office space are going...

    Temporary office market feeling pinch

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