Non-profits help homeowners, mortgage pros say don’t wait to refinance … and more

March 09, 2009 08:11AM

1. Non-profit agencies counsel homeowners nearing foreclosure [NYT]
2. Greenpoint site slated to become a park is still a parking lot [NYDN]
3. Living in Fort Greene, Brooklyn [NYT]
4. History of the former Knickerbocker Trust Company bank at 34th Street and Fifth Avenue [NYT]
5. Former banker’s duplex on the market for less than its purchase price [NYT]
6. A look inside artist Karen Santry’s West Village home [NYT]
7. Mortgage professionals advise homeowners not to wait on refinancing loans [NYT]
8. Long Island homeowners spruce up houses to sell them [NYT]
9. Rentals rising in Bayonne, NJ [NYT]
10. After three price cuts, son plans to auction off deceased mother’s Central Park West apartment [NYT]
11. Daughter of former Lehman Brothers CEO selling apartment [NYT]
12. Lowe New York moves to 250 Hudson Street [NYT]
13. In a survey, 51 percent of New Yorkers rated the quality of life in their neighborhood as excellent or good [NYT]
14. DirecTV takes more space at One Rockefeller Plaza [Crain’s]
15. Retailer turns empty storefront into storage [Crain’s]
16. Elias Sports Bureau and the Platinum Guild renew leases at 500 Fifth Avenue [Crain’s]
17. New seafood restaurant opening in Harlem [Crain’s]


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