Preventing loan discrimination, complaints about illegally overcrowded homes up … and more

January 25, 2009 09:43PM

1. Ways to prevent loan discrimination [NYT]
2. Complaints of illegally overcrowded homes have jumped 62 percent over the past three years, according to the city Department of Buildings [NYDN]
3. Bronx bodegas closing as prices rise [NYDN]
4. Harlem resident is happy he put money into renovations rather than stock market [NYT]
5. Unemployed hedge fund exec tries to lure neighbor’s potential home buyers to buy his townhouse [NYT]
6. Construction worker breaks leg at Deutsche Bank building [CBS]
7. Connecticut developer Richard Girouard and his CFO Paul Mayotte indicted on bank fraud charges [CBS]
8. Living in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn [NYT]
9. After the 1929 stock market crash, bank branches started opening on Madison Avenue, between 64th and 78th streets [NYT]
10. After three decades on Long Island, couple moves back to the city [NYT]
11. New Jersey residential buildings come on the market at the “worst possible time” [NYT]
12. Sellers stay “patient and positive” during downturn [NYT]
13. Mr. Pink on West 16th Street closing [Racked]
14. City to receive $3.4 billion from Obama stimulus package [NYDN]
15. Work could stop at Muss Development’s mixed-use project in Flushing, Queens [Crain’s]
16. City’s credit unions trying to help small businesses [NYDN]