Report: Home Construction Spending to Slow

Crain’s has the skinny on a New York Building Congress report that says that the pace of construction spending in New York City will slow in the next few years. Housing construction will slow the most–not surprising, one would think, given both the sluggish pace of sales in some parts of the city, a recent spate of foreclosures, and the tightening mortgage markets.

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