Ex-mortgage execs look for jobs, commercial deals down in the city … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 04, 2009 09:53 PM

1. Ex-Wall Street mortgage execs go job hunting [Crain’s]
2. Cheyenne Diner’s move to Brooklyn put on hold [NYDN]
3. New bike lanes in Williamsburg [NYT]
4. After gentrification kicked him out of Park Slope, man moves back to the Bronx [NYT]
5. Cobble Hill residents say new building is taller than height limits [NYT]
6. 2008 was an erratic year for mortgage rates [NYT]
7. Woman brings charm to a “cookie-cutter” building in Boerum Hill [NYT]
8. Living in Suffern, NY [NYT]
9. The history of 110 West 40th Street, which almost had a rooftop runway [NYT]
10. Manhattan apartment hunters look to Jersey City [NYT]
11. More city buildings getting electricity from wind turbines [NYT]
12. Commercial deals down in Manhattan [NYT]
13. A look into the lives of “home managers” [NYT]
14. Cheap commercial rents available if you haggle [PW]
15. Many building owners will have to refinance commercial mortgages this year [NYT]
16. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes bought three lofts in Manhattan this year [Telegraph]
17. Proposed zoning change would cut Corona projects [Queens Crap]
18. Assemblyman wants vote on public stadium funding postponed [NY1]

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