Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Tuesday Morning Links

You may have noticed a few less articles on the blog of late, and there is a reason. We are moving! After 6 years at 41 Union Square West we have decided that this is the time. Of course getting a nearly 30% increase in combined rent and electric charges made the decision very easy. We will be moving to 817 Broadway over the next 2 weeks. The move will allow us to enjoy better technology and support, while giving us the flexibility to find a larger space at our leisure. The location, at 12th and Broadway, will keep us ideally situated to keep tabs on Union Square, while I must admit, it may be a bit too close to Max Brenner's chocolate place!
The daily links will continue over the next 2 weeks uninterrupted and since much of the organizational preparations have already been undertaken look forward to a regular stream of compelling content.
Seaport Redevelopment Fight Carries On (Curbed)
New Jersey Firm Seeks To Build 2400 Units On The Water In LIC North (NYDN)
Manhattan Apartments Vacancy Rates Slowly Creeping Up, Rents Steady (Observer)
Is It Time To Buy? (NY Mag)
Freedom Tower Get Above Ground (City Room)
Mariska Hargitay Flips Her Penthouse To Big Landlord for $8.15 M. (Observer)

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