Derek Jeter leases suite in new Yankee Stadium, UES townhouse to be auctioned off … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 30, 2009 05:39 PM

1. Derek Jeter leases luxury suite in new Yankee Stadium [Post] and Former Yankee Bobby Abreu puts his One Beacon Court apartment on the market for $7.9 million again [Curbed]
2. Chef David Bouley owes the Mohawk Atelier condo $18,900 in unpaid common charges [Post]
3. Atlantic Terrace at 669 Atlantic Avenue tops out [Brownstoner]
4. After five price cuts, Upper East Side townhouse to be auctioned off [NYO]
5. Suffolk County to start taking applications for its home down payment assistance program tomorrow [Newsday]
6. The Post wonders why the Clintons are asking for money to pay off
campaign debts if they have enough money to buy a new home [Post]
7. Obese man won’t be kicked out of his Brooklyn home yet [CBS]
8. A diagram of Brooke Astor’s home, detailing where her son put her dogs and allegedly bullied her into giving him money [Post]
9. HSBC’s skyscraper sales may fetch 40 percent less than last year’s prices [Bloomberg]
10. The size of the redevelopment plan of the Patio.com store in Southampton doubled since the original proposal [East Hampton Star]
11. Southampton town supervisor wants Bridgehampton to pursue a historic district for its downtown area [East Hampton Star]
12. Architect Rena Dumas dies at 71 [Women’s Wear Daily]
13. Rent guidelines chair says system needs reform [NYO]
14. Net lease opportunities ahead [GlobeSt]
15. Half of upscale hotels face debt shortfalls by end of 2009 [CoStar]
16. Parsing a government press release on the slowdown [WSJ]
17. HUD secretary backs FHA commissioner nominee [National MortgageNews]
18. House panel wants HUD to withdraw Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act rule [National Mortgage News]
19. Foreclosure starts hit record high [The Truth about Mortgage.com]
20. First-time buyers find deals, boost home sales [USA Today]
21. How to decide whether to rent or buy [Inman]
22. Mortgages on pricey homes going south at faster rate [WSJ]
23. Mortgage rates this week tie April 7 record low [Inman]
24. Boston Properties likely to cut dividend next quarter [Bloomberg]
25. REIT shares climb in trading today [WSJ]


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