Action on Stuy Town can wait, brokers have less room for luxury … and more

March 16, 2009 08:01AM

1. Tishman Speyer can wait to take action on Stuy Town ruling until after appeal, court says [NYO]
2. Real estate groups fighting back against proposal to cut mortgage interest tax deduction [LA Times]
3. Former Newmark chairman Aaron Gural dies [NYT]
4. Fannie and Freddie fail to meet low-income lending goals [Real Estate Bloggers]
5. In recession, less room for luxury in brokers’ lives [NYT]
6. Architect designs two radically different buildings at Park Avenue and 79th Street [NYT]
7. Bloomberg administration does not plan to scale back ambitions on development [NYT]
8. Finding space in the suburbs [NYT]
9. New Jersey retirees turn to rentals [NYT]
10. Retail REITs will continue to struggle [Bloomberg]
11. Baby boomers underwater on mortgages [NYT]
12. Should you walk away from your mortgage? [NYT]
13. Six Flags in negotiations, hoping to avoid bankruptcy [NYT]


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