Comparing Brompton renderings to actual building, auction of 11 East 74th Street canceled … and more

TRD New York /
May.May 11, 2009 06:56 PM

1. Comparing the Brompton’s rendering with the actual building [Curbed]
2. “Lincoln” in Lincoln Center name is a mystery [NYT]
3. 37-year-old mosaic door at 88 Perry Street has to be approved by the Landmarks commission [Curbed]
4. Today is the fourth anniversary of the Greenpoint-Williamsburg waterfront rezoning [Brownstoner]
5. A Q&A with David Arena, president of Grubb & Ellis New York [NYO]
6. Auction of 11 East 74th Street townhouse canceled [NYO]
7. Cablevision Systems says it has no plans to sell Madison Square Garden [Bloomberg]
8. Proposed Jewsion restaurant owners to reappear before Community Board 3 [Eater]
9. A slideshow of modern architecture in the Hamptons [WSJ]
10. Oil executive cuts price of Metropolitan Tower apartment to $11 million from $15 million [Cityfile]
11. Fashion-related retailers hurting on the Lower East Side [AM NY]
12. AIG selling Japan headquarters for $1.2 billion [AP via Crain’s]
13. Ten metro areas with the most underwater mortgages [Forbes]
14. FHA loans can help rehab homes []
15. HSBC offers negative outlook for home loans [WSJ]
16. Lower-priced home sales surge [Real Estate Channel]
17. Working homeless families being charged rent in shelters [NYT]
18. Staten Island’s Engine 161 closing [SI Advance]
19. Homeowner workshop for Brooklyn residents being held at the United Progressive Democratic Club [Sheepshead Bites]

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