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In the News April 12, 2013

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4/2/13  The Year of the Frustrated Buyer Awaits Manhattan Real Estate Market:  Without a lot of apartments for sale right now, signs are pointing to a seller’s market in Manhattan, some real estate experts said. See the full article at DNAinfo.com   

4/5/13  City to put out more RFPs for micro-apartments:  The city will be putting out more requests for proposals for micro-apartment sites, the New York Observer reported. “We are considering RFPs for two or three micro-unit developments later this year.  See the full article at The Real Deal 

4/11/13  Central park Playground to Get $1.2M Makeover:  Starting in July, the Central Park Conservancy  will begin a project to fully remake a playground in the park, located at the East 79th and Fifth Avenue “to ensure accessibility for all park visitors”.  See the full article at DNAinfo.com   

4/15/13  Proposed UES medical complex wooing community with park renovation:  A proposed million-square-foot medical and college complex on the Upper East Side is gaining community support with a promise to build new park space in the neighborhood. People are increasingly rallying behind the project due to its pledge to overhaul Andrew Haswell Green Park between 59th Street and 63rd Street on the river   See the full article at The Real Deal

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