On the Market: Redeveloping Brownfields; Falling Air Conditioners; Who Really Benefits from Housing Tax Credit?



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.

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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]