07:05:19 | 2012-05-14

Brokerpulse.com real estate news 16 Things in New York Real Estate you need to know this morning 16 Things in New York Real Estate you need to know this morning

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]

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