Pop-up shops at Miraval Living, Bed-Stuy gets a BID … and more

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Mar.March 30, 2009 06:43 PM

1. Clothing and accessory retailers popping up in Miraval Living condo this weekend [Racked]
2. W Hoboken’s Chandelier Room won’t open for another week [Hotelchatter]
3. Bronx residents excited for the opening of the new Yankee Stadium [NY1]
4. Neighborhood around Citi Field could undergo major redevelopment [NY1]
5. Editorial says we don’t need “freedom” on a building [NYDN]
6. Seniors fined for talking in the lobby of their Staten Island condo are given a room to chat in [NYDN]
7. After a 25-year legal battle, sisters win the rights to some of their father’s Bronx properties [NYT]
8. Brooklyn Bridge to get a facelift [NYDN]
9. Jazz museum and cinema chosen to be part of 125th Street redevelopment [NYT]
10. Jessica Alba and Cash Warren spotted apartment hunting [NY Mag]
11. An architectural tour of Greenwood Heights [IMBY]
12. As Coney Island comes apart [Coney Island] a sign for the new Dream Land amusement park appears [Kinetic Carnival]
13. New brokerage Brownstone Real Estate opening in Park Slope [Brownstoner]
14. Bedford-Stuyvesant gets a BID [Brownstoner]
15. Holiday Inn Express way behind other two hotels in its three-hotel development [Hotelchatter]
16. Small businesses suffer in good times and bad [Gotham Gazette]
17. Agency REITs have held up well [NYT]
18. Sakow family’s real estate feud close to ending [NYT]
19. Commission rates are up, but agents earn less [Inman]
20. Sales of second homes decline [SFBJ]
21. Mortgage defaults and delinquencies rise [WSJ]
22. Real estate exec’s book will hit stores in April [Crain’s]
23. Foreclosures, mortgage assistance plans increase [CNN Money]
24. House activity confined to bottom price bracket [Seeking Alpha]
25. How to cut your property taxes [CNN]


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