Real Estate Wire: A Walker Tower Flipper Eyeing a 75% Profit; The Top 300 US Architecture Firms

Posted On Mon, August 4, 2014 By

Posted On Mon, August 4, 2014 By In Real Estate Wire

  • The owner of a 3BR/4.5BA duplex with a terrace in the Walker Tower is looking to sell their $14.26M duplex for $25M. [Curbed]
  • Architectural Record has released its annual list of the “Top 300 Architecture Firms” in the United States. Results are based on architectural revenue from 2013. [Architecture Record]
  • Developers are having trouble filling out the affordable apartments at 66 Rockwell Place in Downtown Brooklyn. A spokesperson for the building says they can’t find residents who qualify, but Rob Solano, director of Churches United For Fair Housing, says locals are being disqualified for silly errors and subpar credit scores. [DNA Info]
  • Piqued interest in Long Island City living is causing apartment square footage to shrink. [WSJ]
  • Current and former mayors both claim 8,700 affordable apartments have received financing the first half of this year, but some real estate observers say the real numbers are coming up short. [Crain’s]

The Walker Tower unit (left); Top earning firm Gensler’s Shanghai towers (right)

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