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Another big co-op turndown: 895 Park, $14 million rejected.

Kathy Sloane, broker to the Clintons, settles state tax issues.

Glenwood’s Gary Jacob on the Manhattan luxury apartment market.

Mayor Bloomberg in the lead on World Trade. Do the governors care?

Makeover time for the Helmsley Hotel. Leona leaves!

Speaking of hotels, a big new one slated for Ninth and 42nd.

SouthBeachDiet.com parent wants far new office space.

Think Coffee pours its third Manhattan spot.


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