New hotel planned for Ann Street, PA takes over construction of Calatrava transit hub … and more

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Apr.April 23, 2009 06:39 PM

1. An entity called 107 W Broadway Realty Corp filed plans for a 19-story hotel at 49 Ann Street [NYO]
2. How to lower your rent [TONY] and [TONY]
3. Midtown residents angry about closed Donnell library branch [NYT]
4. New Jersey residential real estate firm Korman Communities launches
outreach program for government workers in need of housing [GlobeSt]
5. Seba Avenue Park in Gerritsen Beach finally repaired [Gerritsen Beach]
6. 770 Eastern Parkway has been remade in 12 cities on five continents already [I Love Franklin Ave]
7. Architect Frank Gehry says he always tries to stay close to a project’s budget [AY Report]
8. Judge demands financial records from Yankees [Newsday]
9. Port Authority takes over construction of Calatrava transit hub at World Trade Center site [Crain’s]
10. When signs of a housing recovery might come [Newsday]
11. Rent-stabilized tenants won’t have to pay when landlords are forced to make green improvements to buildings [Post]
12. Foreclosure bidding wars beginning [WSJ]
13. Where to get high rental income for a low investment [BusinessWeek]
14. How ordinary investors can recover [Atlantic Monthly]
15. More companies will join forces, analysts say [CNN Money]
16. End probably isn’t near for housing crisis [NYT]
17. Homeowners taking opportunity to renovate and build because prices for labor and materials are down [NYT]
18. Trulia allows users to search for price reductions [Inman]
19. Existing home sales fell in March [CNN Money]
20. Survival in doubt for some property holding companies [CoStar]
21. Federal Housing Finance Agency posts two months of price increases [National Mortgage News]
22. UBS dumps Manhattan office space [TBI]


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