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  1. From the Fax Machine to Facebook, ERA Real Estate Reflects on 40 Innovations That Changed the Industry [Market Watch]
  2. Investment-Minded Brazilians Seek the Opportunity of Acquiring U.S. Real Estate [Times Union]
  3. They’re building. Who will come? [Data Center]
  4. REBNY Member Luncheon Panel Discusses NYC Economic Development [Citybiz]
  5. Million Dollar Listing New York‘s Michael Lorber Keeps it Real (Estate) [TV Guide]
  6. SHoP Wraps Green Sheath Around South Street Seaport [ibTimes]
  7. BofA, JPMorgan Among Banks Paying New York State $25 Million [Bloomberg]
  8. Homework Trumps Gut Instinct in Retail Brokering [NYT]
  9. Williamsburg’s Steelworks Lofts Project Gets $29M Loan [Globe St.]
  10. Local Unions, Business Owners Rally in Support of NYU 2031 Plan [Globe St.]
  11. 2012 Global Real Estate Market Will Be Reverse Image of 2011, According to Cushman & Wakefield CEO Glenn Rufrano [Brandenton]
  12. Relief proposed for co-op owners [Queens Courier]
  13. NYU Law School Buys $3.6M UWS Condo For Faculty Housing [ibTimes]
  14. Fledgling architecture firm signs first lease [Crains]
  15. Three Cents Worth: Manhattan’s $1M Mansion Tax Resistance [Curbed]
  16. New York University’s dramatic plans to remake its campus [CAPITAL]
  17. Soaring rents a “silver lining” in a down market? [Boston]

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