Census bureau leases space, cities to benefit from Obama housing plan … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 18, 2009 08:12 AM

1. Census Bureau leases space in Brooklyn and Queens [Crain’s]
2. New Jersey General Assembly passes bill allowing brokers to give homebuyers rebates [Inman]
3. Morningstar analyst says Forest City stock is worthless [AY Report]
4. Forest City now marketing “gem” properties [AY Report]
5. A tour of mini-condos on the Bowery [A Fine Blog]
6. Builder Hovnanian seeing hard times in Jersey City [WSJ]
7. Disbarred lawyer and son charged with inflating property values [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
8. Cities to benefit from Obama housing plan [Forbes]
9. Energy-efficient home upgrades bring tax credits [WSJ]
10. Federal stimulus funds will help Long Island City hospital [NYDN]
11. Community groups hope for benefits agreement from Kingsbridge Armory [NYDN]
12. Church takes in Highbridge food pantry [NYDN]
13. A walk-through of a Brooklyn Heights townhouse [NYMag]
14. Even tax credit isn’t spurring New Jersey office market [NYT]
15. Judge rejects suit over Alexander Hamilton house [New York Law Journal]
16. City Council wants to keep apartments affordable [Gotham Gazette]
17. Deutsche Bank gives CBRE Investors $235M mortgage for $355M property, Ironshore Holdings expands office space [Post]
18. Tough market could be boon for young entrepreneurs [NYO]


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