On the Market: Redeveloping Brownfields; Falling Air Conditioners; Who Really Benefits from Housing Tax Credit?
Matt Chaban Sept. 29, 2010, 8:28 a.m.
The Real Estate Desk is folding together its morning and evening links feature into a once-a-day digest of all the important news from the city and around the world that happened in the past 24 hours. Burns more calories than your morning workout.
Thousands of brownfields could become development goldmine [Journal]
Office subleases drop, rents don’t. D’Oh [Crain’s]
DOB crane boss gets six years for ’08 crash [News]
There’s room for another hotel in Times Square? [Real Deal]
A hidden wilderness smack in the middle of Queens [Capital]
Whippersnappers get more out of housing tax write-off than fogeys [Real Deal]
UN tower with executive appeal for sale [Post]
Falling air conditioners latest scourge in East Village [Voice]
Councilman Garodnik takes death-defying ride on East River bikeway to show how deadly it is [Streetsblog]
Hanging by a cable: Yet more delays for Roosevelt Island Tram [Post]