A few things to update on.
Here is a link to a good piece on BBC London News and the potential lessons of what has happened in Vancouver to the Olympic Village for Stratford.
There's no getting away from it, I am flagging this up because I am interviewed, but still worth a look.
Elsewhere this week I caught up with Lend Lease European chief Dan Labbad, who is building much of the Olympic Village as well as working up plans for as much of 4m sq ft of offices around Stratford International Station.
I am afraid I was talking to Dan just after England's terrific victory in the Second Ashes Test and I might have indulged it what will no doubt turn out to be some premature crowing about how the team is doing against Dan's Australia.
Dan was in pretty upbeat mood about both the cricket and Lend Lease's plans for what he terms "London's best kept secret" - the office scheme it is working on with London & Continental Railways.
Expect Lend Lease to go to market seeking office agents fairly early next year.
Also this week, I did a piece on EGi repeating Olympic Park Legacy Company confirmation that it was encouraged by initial interest in the media centre at Hackney Wick, so much so that it intends to seek formal expressions of interest in the spring of next year.
The Telegraph today says it has had more than 40 formal expressions of interest already and suggests that part of this interest is coming from Canary Wharf based companies looking for back office space - that sounds plausible.
The Telegraph also looks at a great report from CB Richard Ellis on property activity in East London. When I get time to pause for breath I will be writing about this.