Harlem market seeing activity, home equity credit lines disappearing … and more

Apr.April 20, 2009 08:12 AM

1. Harlem condo market seeing more activity [NYT]
2. Architecture firms take on smaller projects to stay afloat during the downturn [NYT]
3. History of rowhouses on West 158th Street [NYT]
4. Dick Cavett spotted apartment hunting [NY Mag]
5. A slide-show of buildings canceled or on hold because of the credit crunch [NY Mag]
6. European investor buying up Manhattan apartments to rent them out [NYT]
7. Battery Park City condo owners hit with increasing ground fees [Crain’s, subscription req.]
8. A look at the “stone cloud” penthouse addition proposed for 78-80 Leonard Street [NYT]
9. Home equity lines of credit are disappearing [NYT]
10. A profile of Carleton Sheets, who advertised his $9.95 real estate course on late-night infomercials [NYT]
11. Living in Murray Hill [NYT]
12. Couple renovates boarded-up roof space to expand apartment [NYT]
13. French architect asked to re-envision a plan for Orange, N.J. [NYT]
14. New York City health insurance rates now more than rents [NYT]
15. Next edition of city architecture guide to come out in spring 2010 [NYT]

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