Sting relists apartment, DOB keeps 2,500 building plans a secret … and more

February 15, 2009 10:49PM

1. Sting relists apartment at 88 Central Park West [NYT]
2. Living in Corona, Queens [NYT]
3. Financial data for mortgages isn’t always safe with lenders [NYT]
4. Couple finds a home in Jersey City’s Canco Lofts [NYT]
5. Buyer wins house with a love letter [NYT]
6. History of The Row Houses On East 82nd Street, between Lexington and Third avenues [NYT]
7. Projects in progress around the country will only get a modest amount of money from the stimulus bill [NYT]
8. Department of Buildings keeps 2,500 building plans in the city a secret [NYDN]
9. 50 spec mansions for sale in Greenwich, Conn. [Post]
10. Family moved from cramped Windsor Terrace apartment to Kensington house [NYT]
11. Blogger called the Circling Vulture exposes falling prices in Short Hills, N.J. [NYT]
12. Conde Nast sells apartment at the Promenade [NYT]
13. Donald Trump’s Atlantic City casino group may file for bankruptcy [WSJ]
14. Treasury Department looks to help “underwater” mortgages [WSJ]
15. Real estate pros want the 421a program back [NY1]
16. Congress, banks halt foreclosures to help troubled borrowers [NYDN] and [Post]
17. Author Richard Florida says financial crisis will help New York by reenergizing its creative economy [NY Mag]
18. Three real estate vets start new companies during the downturn [Crain’s]
19. Donald and Ivanka Trump resigning from Trump Entertainment Resorts board of directors [IHT] and [Bloomberg] and [Reuters]
20. Some units are seeing drastic price cuts, making them great deals, while others are just adjusting to the market [NY Mag]
21. Some old Hell’s Kitchen bars and stores still exist [NYT]
22. Some films have served as inspirations for hotels [NYT]