Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Wednesday Morning Links

Photo: Mathieu Delorme via NY Times

Please excuse any quirks in the format over the next couple of days, I am using a new version of the Blogger editor, so things may look just a bit strange. Plenty of real estate news hitting the presses over the past 24 hours, so dig in and enjoy!
Talk Of 42nd Street Light Rail, Car Ban Pick Up Steam Again (NY Times)
980 Madison Development Finally Clears Landmarks (Curbed)
Three Solutions To The Ubiquitous Sidewalk Shed (Curbed)
DTCC To Move 1600 Jobs From Lower Manhattan To JC (Securities News)
State Supreme Court To Hear Brooklyn Eminent Domain Case Today (WSJ)
Russians, Brazilians Wooed By Cheap Dollar Buying Up NYC Real Estate (Forbes)
StuyTown Teeters On Edge Of Default (WSJ)
NYC Building Sales Plummet (Crain's)

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