Buyers benefit from rent control … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 31, 2007 11:12 AM

 1. How rent control helps new building owners more [NYT]
2. The power of positive thinking no longer props up mortgage securities more [NYT]
3. Merrill Lynch would transform Penn Station more [CPN]
4. New Jersey housing slump brings back bad memories more [NorthJersey.com]
5. The rate of U.S. homeownership drops to its lowest level in 1981 more [Bloomberg]
6. Councilors Tony Avella and James Gennaro call for cap on dorm sizes more [NYDN]
7. A look at homey Hempstead, Long Island more [NYT]
8. Subprime mortgage delinquencies increased in September more [Bloomberg]
9. Long Islanders push for smaller smart-growth more [NYT]
10. The overlooked Briarcliffe apartments at Seventh Avenue and 57th Street more [NYT]
11. Armory in Kingsbridge, Bronx, awaits a developer more [NYT]
12. Neighborhoods battle condos, chains more [NYDN]
13. Blog documents a disappearing New York more [NYT]
14. Manhattanites push into BoCoCa more [Telegraph, UK]
15. The ghost towns of Pine Barrens, New Jersey more [NYT]
16. Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown battle over land-use again more [NYT]
18. Catskills homeowners fight wind turbines more [NYT]
19. Affordable Myrtle Avenue Apartments receives Energy Start designation more [Brooklyn Eagle]
20. A rebound is forecast for Conn. senior housing more [Hartford Courant]
21. Companies linked to new home construction and sales of existing homes bit by housing slump more [NYT]


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