German officials have been pondering what to do with the sprawling terminal building at Tempelhof Airport, a 3.2-million-square foot mix of office space, airport functions and hangars, ever since it closed to aviation in 2008.
Berlin has become a magnet for European youth, with 40,000 new residents flocking to the city every year. The problem: Only about 8,000 new housing units are added a year. Building more is proving a challenge.
General Motors withdrew a court motion in a lawsuit involving a defective ignition switch after a plaintiff’s lawyer claimed it violated the terms of a September criminal settlement with the U.S. Justice Department.