Monthly Archives: July 2011

56 Leonard and Other Stalled Projects Plan Major Comebacks Curbed.com

Sara Polsky | July 28, 2011 Spring was a big season for new developments hitting the market, including some we'd left for dead several years ago. Fall, judging by the roundup in today's Post, will see the trend continue—and this time, the projects for sale will be even pricier. Here now, a roundup of a few [...]

Up & at ’em New York Post

Max Ross | July 27, 2011 For nearly three years, most residential developers have been shuffling around an empty stage like Vladimir and Estragon in “Waiting for Godot” — hoping that some form of capital will eventually show up. Prices stabilized (sort of), but banks didn’t budge. The economy got better (sort of), [...]