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01/27/2010

The New York Times

Square Feet: Downtown Oklahoma City is booming. “We are still strongly dominated by the oil and natural gas industry. As long as it performs, we’re O.K.,” said Jim Austin, a vice president at CB Richard Ellis in Oklahoma City. “When everyone was tanking, we were doing well.”

New York Magazine

Beekman tower is a pleasant addition to the Brooklyn Bridge view, says NY Mag’s Daily Intel blog.

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

A recent shift in federal transportation policy could be good news for the Brooklyn trolley resurrection movement.

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