On the Market: Flipping Switch on Limelight; ESB Chute Suit Settled; High Line Section 2 Opens Next Week


Case Shiller hits five-year low–signalling a turnaround? [Times]

But things are better in New York, even if we’re at a nine-year low [Crain’s]

Wimpy Cuomoville protest held in Chelsea over rent regs [DNAinfo]

Turning off the Limelight: church transforms again, becoming department store [Journal]

Law firm no longer afraid of the west side–Eighth Avenue, even! [Times]

City promotes healthy retailers in four underserved hoods [Crain’s]

Empire State Building parachute suit settled [Post]

Mostly foreigners buy into glassy “downtown” sliver on Park Ave [Journal]

High Line Phase 2 opening next Wednesday [Curbed]

After yet another deadly bus crash, lawmakers want restrictions [Times]

One of the white supremecists who leafletted Greenpoint speaks [BK Paper]

Highest–that’s altitude, not price–Hamptons estate back on the market [Crain’s]

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