Helping homeowners … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 10, 2008 10:22 AM
  1.  1. Congress and the Bush administration agree at least that they need to do something to are to help struggling homeowners [NYT]
  2. 2. The Bush administration will expand a federal mortgage insurance program to allow up to 100,000 borrowers who face foreclosure keep their homes [Bloomberg]
  3. 3. A look at living in New Dorp, Staten Island [AMNY]
  4. 4. Small businesses displaced to make way for the Fulton Street Transit Center say they haven’t received any promised money [Metro]
  5. 5. Hospitality industry braces for a recession [Metro]
  6. 6. Durst’s Jonathan Drescher is busy working on a private school with retail that’s Being Built On West 57th Street a condominium on the Upper East Side near Central Park. [Crain’s]
  7. 7. Calls for moving shuttered Cheyenne Diner as Moondance was moved to Wyoming [Lost New York]
  8. 8. Moving the performing arts center planned for the former World Trade Center site to The Subway Station Planned For Fulton Street and Broadway gets mixed reviews [NYT]

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