On the Market: City to Sell Properties; Census Finds Reverse White Flight; Landlords Raid the Till; Diddy Pranks Prince St

The top 100 real estate leaders for 2010 [Real Deal]

Metrodome roof gets remixed, “got da funk” [ArchPaper]

Louis J. Horowitz, one of Brooklyn, and the city’s, first great builders [Brownstoner]

Curbed Cup: Northside v. Southside [Curbed]

Deputy Mayor: City needs to shrink its real estate holdings [Post]

Don’t like bike lanes? Too bad! [Journal]

Minorities head to suburbs as whites reverse flight [Times]

Mediterranean fast food coming to town [Crain’s]

Landlords starting to take a cut from their retail tenants [Real Deal]

Diddy punks Prince Street subway station [News]

Ugly art at the Burg’s Grestch Building [Curbed]

Schools taking over city’s historic stable buildings [Times]

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