Williamsburg site may be toxic, progress slows at 73 Pineapple Street … and more

December 03, 2008 05:57PM

1. Williamsburg construction site may be toxic [Gowanus Lounge]
2. Progress slows at 73 Pineapple Street [Brownstoner]
3. Federal Treasury Department plans reduce mortgage rates for new home loans [WSJ]
4. Vacant homes in Bushwick turn off buyers [Brownstoner]
5. American Apparel opens in Soho [Racked]
6. Community Preservation Corp. in Brooklyn closes on two construction loans [MHN, 3rd item]
7. Two Halstead Brooklyn agents win REBNY awards [Brooklyn Eagle]
8. Commercial loan delinquency on the rise [Bloomberg]
9. Job cuts at highest level since 2002 [CNN Money]

10. Builders downsizing communities [Reuters]


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