Carlyle Group stayed stagnant in Q1, Brooklyn Navy Yard becomes tech-savvy … and more

A historical map of Manhattan (Image via Gizmodo and Curbed)
A historical map of Manhattan (Image via Gizmodo and Curbed)

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1. Carlyle Group stayed stagnant in first quarter [NYT]
2. Brooklyn Navy Yard becomes tech-savvy [Crain’s]
3. A high rate of home ownership “slowly decimates the labor environment”: STUDY [NYT]
4. Imitation the sincerest form of flattery at DUMBO’s water tower [DNAinfo]
5. After insurance ruling, MBIA mortgage settlements come swiftly [Forbes]
6. NYC to kick off bike-share program on Memorial Day [NYT]
7. Five historic Manhattan maps: PHOTOS [Curbed]
8. Light up, Barclays Center. Literally: OPINION [WSJ]
9. Cranes kissing the sky at the World Trade Center [Archinect]
10. The 50 finalists for Battery Conservancy’s chair design project [Architect’s Newspaper]