Defaults hit new high … and more

Mar.March 07, 2008 10:44 AM
  1. 1. Defaults on home mortgages hit a new high last year [NYT]
  2. 2.  More on why CUNY split with Forest City Ratner over its planned
    City Tech Tower [Brooklyn Paper]
  3. 3. A look at Red Hook’s new Ikea [Brooklyn Paper]
  4. 4. Dumbo residents hope a neighborhood rezoning would block the
    Walentas’ planned 18-story condo tower next to the Brooklyn Bridge [Brooklyn Paper]
  5. 5. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s offers lukewarm support
    for congestion pricing plan [Downtown Express]
  6. 6. Opponents of Trump Soho sound off at public meeting [Downtown Express]
  7. 7. Tenants of the estate of the late Bill Gottlieb say they are
    living in squalor despite big rent hikes [Villager]
  8. 8. The Buildings Department says it failed to ensure that
    repairs were made to the Kushner Companies’ Harlem
    building that collapsed this week [NYDN]
  9. 9. The High Line starts to take shape [Villager]
  10. 10. Citigroup
     to shrink its U.S. mortgage and home-equity
    holdings by about 20 percent [Bloomberg]
  11. 11. Greenpoint looks less like Little Poland every day [Brooklyn Paper]
  12. 12. Carroll Gardens residents lash out Toll Brothers’ planned Gowanus Canal development [Brooklyn Paper]
  13. 13. The demise of a 14th Street shop is the latest
    sign of the Village’s rampant gentrification [Villager]

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