On the Market: Developers Fight Over Worldwide Plaza; Wacky Brooklyn Mansion Tries for $30 M.; Checking Out the Luxury Condos on St. Vincents Site

How smaller developers negotiated the recession and the recovery. [NYT]
Judge rules that Citi Bike station can stay in Soho’s Petrosino Square. [DNAinfo]
How urban renewal destroyed Morrissey’s childhood home. [AC]
New owner plans to overhaul West Harlem’s Dunbar Manor. [TRD]
Developers are duking it out over Worldwide Plaza yet again. [WSJ]
Crazy Mill Basin mansion wants $30 million. [Curbed]
Extell prepares to demolish LES Pathmark, build something luxurious. [Lo-Down]
Why eminent domain won’t help broke cities address their housing crisis. [AC]
Fatal apartment fire caused when family turned to candlelight after utilities cut. [WSJ]
Where a hospital once stood, Greenwich Lane condos near completion. [NYT]
Developers try to open their own EB-5 centers, easing green card for investment swap. [Crain’s]
McMansions replace bungalows as middle class abandon costly coast after Sandy. [WSJ]
Flood insurance premiums skyrocket and some insurers pull out of flood-prone areas. [Crain’s]

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