On the Market: 4 WTC Stalled Again; Tryst-y Chelsea; BID-ing War in Brooklyn


The city needs new zoning, and it should be equitable [Journal, City Limits]

Two neighboring townhouses for sale, but only one will go if you buy both [Times]

The IRS paid out half-a-billion dollars in faulty first-time-homebuyer credits [News]

Port Authority bond investors holding up WTC Tower 4 financing [Journal]

Downtown Brooklyn surges with wave of new leases [Crain’s]

Is it too late to save the Brookly Navy Yard’s historic Admirals Row? [Times]

Banks still pocketing much of appraisers fees, even when Dodd-Frank says stop it [Real Deal]

Chelsea has the most cheaters, according to website stats [Post]

Numbers, not just hipsters, prove Bushwick is new Williamsburg [Crain’s]

Living in a Staten Island fire station [Times]

Lehman Brothers still in FiDi–developing a condo! [Journal]

Downtown Brooklyn Partnership fighting to take over MetroTech BID [Post]

Contractor, the Builders Group, caught taking kickbacks [Times]

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