Evening Links: Downtown Market Sluggish, Henry Hudson Bridge Uncyclable, Mark Morris Unimpressed

Conde’s pending move downtown notwithstanding, Lower Manhattan’s office market still sluggish. (TRD)

Buy here now! Discounts on offer at 20 Pine. (Curbed)

Mark Morris unimpressed with progress of BAM Cultural District. (Capital New York)

Siena poll says 61 percent of New York State residents oppose mosque near Ground Zero. (Crain’s)

City can now oversee clean-up of brownfields. (Crain’s)

Bicyclists still must walk bikes across recently reopened Henry Hudson Bridge pedestrian path. (Streetsblog)

375 Hudson first existing New York City building to win LEED Gold certification. (Crain’s)

Landlord harassment of lower-income tenants continues in flagging real estate market. (NYT)

25-Year-Old Wants iPad-free roommate. (NYO)

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