Work begins at WTC checkpoint, price cuts at the Satori … and more

New York /
Apr.April 27, 2009 06:19 PM

1. Work begins on the World Trade Center checkpoint [NYT]
2. A Q&A with Vin Cipolla, president of the Municipal Art Society [NYO]
3. Developers Diversified Realty posts earnings in the first quarter [GlobeSt]
4. Trulia now has a “search by price reduction” tool on its Web site [Matrix]
5. East Hampton resident has until May 30 to remove part of a retaining wall [East Hampton Star]
6. Debate over building a Chinatown gateway arch [STLES]
7. What’s going on with construction at 128 and 122 Newton Street [Zohray via Curbed]
8. Hudson River Park’s Pier 64 opens [Curbed]
9. Related eying East Side playground for development [Curbed]
10. Former garage at 216 Pacific Street becoming mixed-use building [Brownstoner]
11. Price cuts at the Satori [Brownstoner]
12. Construction of a Brooklyn Heights school expected to start this summer [Brooklyn Paper]
13. Two rulings coming soon about Atlantic Yards eminent domain and environmental review cases [AY Report]
14. Nationwide, 19.1 million homes were vacant during the first quarter of the year [Bloomberg]
15. Architects draw up plans for the most energy-efficient homes they could imagine [WSJ]
16. Park Slope Neighbors supports making the Gowanus Canal a Superfund site [OTBKB]
17. The Durand-Hedden House and Garden Association hosts exhibit on architect Kenneth Dalzell [NYT]
18. Sagaponack Village Board celebrates the new village hall, which they bought six months ago [Sag Harbor Express]
19. Broker Douglas Heddings won’t lie about square footage [True Gotham]
20. New Jersey woman sentenced in foreclosure scam [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
21. Sam Chang worried about outer boroughs’ hotel markets [NYO]
22. American Institute of Architects cutting expenses, furloughing staff [Mediabistro]
23. New condo loan rules put scrutiny on neighbors [Washington Post]
24. Opportunities in the commercial real estate market [A Student of
the Real Estate Game]

25. Bank of America launches program to promote responsible lending
[The Truth about Mortgage.com]
26. Monthly commercial real estate delinquency rate rises [The Real
Estate Bloggers]


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