Condos flood north Williamsburg, cranky superintendent fired … and more

December 21, 2008 08:48PM

1. Condos flood northern Williamsburg [NYT]
2. Borrowers should research loan modifications before accepting them [NYT]
3. Brooklyn’s crankiest superintendent gets fired [NYDN]
4. At Chelsea Gardens co-op, basement will become superintendent’s apartment [NYT]
5. Looking at the history of the row houses at 246-272 West 73rd Street [NYT]
6. West Village penthouse on the market for $16.5 million could have sold for $20 million last spring, broker said [NYT]
7. Investors sell Upper West Side brownstone after 25 percent price cut [NYT]
8. Federal aid for homeowners to double next year [Bloomberg]


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