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Brexit Vote Casts Shadow Over London Building Boom
Goldman Sachs?s London headquarters is one of at least 20 new buildings being built by foreign financial-services companies. While most say that they haven?t changed their mind on construction yet, their sites are a symbol of post-Brexit risks for the finance industry and for Britain.
Underground Library in Manhattan Rewrites Design Rules
The new public library on West 53rd Street in Manhattan might be mistaken for a SoHo boutique. The New York Public Library?s signature lion logo is the only giveaway that books are inside.
Larchmont Residents Rush to Save Theater
With the 83-year-old Larchmont Playhouse up for sale, a group of residents of the town northeast of Manhattan are raising money and trying to find a way to keep the theater going.
Brexit Vote Roils Real-Estate Markets
Investors are dumping property shares in Britain and developers are reassessing projects following the U.K. vote to leave the EU.
Chinese Buyers Look Again at U.K. Property
As turmoil continues to grip U.K. markets, some in China are beginning to eye British property for potential bargains.
GIC in Talks to Buy Owner of Manufactured-Home Communities
Singapore sovereign-wealth fund GIC is negotiating to acquire Denver-based Yes Communities, an owner of manufactured-housing communities, in a deal valuing Yes at more than $2 billion.
Classic Waldorf Hotel to Be Gutted, Up to 1,100 Rooms Turned Into Condos
The Chinese acquirer of New York?s Waldorf Astoria is finalizing plans for an extensive overhaul that would shut the landmark hotel for up to three years and convert as many as three-quarters of its rooms into private apartments.