Silverstein asking Port Authority for financing help, “WINKs” are top buyers in New Jersey … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 22, 2009 09:38 PM

1. Larry Silverstein asking Port Authority for financing help at World Trade Center redevelopment [Post]
2. As mortgage rates plummet, should homeowners refinance? [Smart Money]
3. Three people allegedly terrorized landlord, stole $300,000 [NYDN]
4. Canarsie residents protest the proposed medical waste transfer station that might come to the neighborhood [NY1]
5. A tour through sculptor Howard Werner’s Apartment On Astor Place [NYT]
6. Living in Woodbridge, Conn. [NYT]
7. About 45 percent of condo buyers in New Jersey last year were “WINKs,” women with income and no kids [NYT]
8. Two skinny buildings are rising in Manhattan, One Madison Park and Sky House [NYT]
9. Columbia University gave a professor a mortgage to help buy his Harlem townhouse [NYT]
10. Some home appraisers say appraisers who make less money are less likely to give homeowners a good appraisal [NYT]
11. History of the Greek Revival rowhouse at 110 Second Avenue, at 6th Street [NYT]
12. After several price cuts, Tribeca loft originally listed for $12 million sells for $7.9 million [NYT]
13. In Yonkers, lawmakers try to balance preserving affordable housing and building new developments [NYT]
14. Housing bias seen as persistent on Long Island [NYT]
15. Building systems firm signs for double the space of its old office in Queens [Crain’s]
16. Accounting firm Cornick Garber & Sandler renews its lease at for the fourth floor of 825 Third Avenue [Crain’s]
17. Shoe retailer Flight Club opening third Manhattan location at 267 Lafayette Street [Crain’s]
18. U.S. General Services Administration leases two spaces for Census Bureau’s commerce department at 933 Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn and 92-11 165th Street in Queens [Crain’s]

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