City’s affordable housing plan delayed, Queens Caffe evicted … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 05, 2009 06:24 PM

1. City plan for low- and moderate-income housing delayed [NYT]
2. Armand Quadrini-designed building rising on Fourth Avenue and Carroll Street [GL]
3. City Planning hearing for Gowanus spot rezoning scheduled for Wednesday [GL]
4. City evicting Queens’ Caffe on the Green [Queens Crap]
5. A look back at Atlantic Yards in 2008 [AY Report]
6. State judge upholds permit for Trump Soho [NYT]
7. Economist who denied housing bubble now admits to being wrong [Business Week]
8. Do sellers really have inflated expectations when they list their homes? [Seeking Alpha]
9. Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to shorten the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure [Queens Crap]
10. Coney Island is falling apart [GL]
11. A Willets Point business leader said the city probably won’t move any businesses out until 2011 [Queens Crap]
12. Legislatures across the country might curb property tax increases [WSJ]
13. More retail bankruptcies nationwide on the way [Post]
14. Robert Knakal’s recap of 2008 [Massey Knakal Reel]
15. New York City ranked seventh for multi-family housing market strength [PR Newswire]
16. Brooklyn property auction brings $3 million [Brooklyn Eagle]


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