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16 Things in New York Real Estate you need to know this morning

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07:05:19 | 2012-05-14

Good Morning New York! Here’s the news:

  1. Developers Cease to Offer Condo Incentives [NYT]
  2. The Closer: Flips and splits of New York’s real estate community [NY Daily News]
  3. Douglas Elliman Florida acquires Martha A. Gottfried Inc. real estate agency [Palm Beach Daily News]
  4. Frank Gehry, the rain king [Crains]
  5. Putting the Mega in Megaprojects: Megamen and Women (Ross, Pinsky, Yaro, Weisbrod) Debate Why Building Big Matters [Observer]
  6. Big vacancies make Third Ave. midtown’s top low-cost option [Crains]
  7. City Unveils Locations of Bike-Share Stations [NYT]
  8. Q & A with Dottie Herman [Word Property Channel]
  9. How Your Building Could Be Like the Empire State Building [Triple Pundit]
  10. New Virtual Live Launch Open (V-LO) for Luxury Real Estate Starts with the Award-Winning Home “The Rainmaker House[Brookfield Now]
  11. Manhattan and Miami Real Estate Market Trends Point to Higher Prices, Lower Inventory and Lower Down Payment Requirements for Foreigners [Market Watch]
  12. Family to Revamp Olympic Tower [WSJ]
  13. Tech startups moving to NYC [Crains]
  14. $26M Refinance for 251-259 West 36th St in NYC [CityBiz]
  15. Wage bill will hurt affordable housing [Crains]
  16. National broker struggles in NY [Crains]