On the Market: Manhattan Valley Heats Up; Karl Fischer’s Back; Carpenters on Strike

Manhattan Valley heats up. [WSJ]
Karl Fischer’s 50 Greenpoint Avenue back from the dead? [‘Stoner]
Carpenters union is on strike. [Crain’s]
Well-paid NYCHA board members out of a job. [NYDN]
Six-story building coming to Bergen Street in Crown Heights. [‘Stoner]
And $5,000 2BR rentals on West 115th have arrived. [Citi-Habitats]
Hilton is opening an ice bar in Midtown. [Crain’s]
One in nine bridges in New York need repairs. [Crain’s]
But the Statue of Liberty doesn’t—she’s baaaaack! [DNA]
Ocean liner condos are now a thing. [WSJ]
Dead dolphin washes up on Coney Island. [BP]
Amanda Bynes is gone, but Lindsay may hit soon. [NYDN]

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