Crime increases with foreclosures, Columbia Street to be included in Carroll Gardens zoning proposal … and more

March 06, 2009 08:04AM

1. Crime increases in Queens neighborhoods with high foreclosure rates [NYDN]
2. New York homeowners more than 90 days late in mortgage payments increased 35 percent in the fourth quarter [Post]
3. Columbia Street waterfront to be included in Carroll Gardens zoning proposal [Brooklyn Paper]
4. Small stores join forces to bring in shoppers [Villager]
5. Department of Education discussing turning 75 Morton Street into a school [Villager]
6. Landmarks commission intrigued by glass house [Downtown Express]
7. Former governor Eliot Spitzer buys building in Washington, D.C. [WSJ]
8. Washington’s new lending standards are actually old ones, editorial says [Post]


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