Lenders more open to short sales, adult communities pop up on Staten Island … and more

May.May 18, 2009 07:46 AM

1. Lenders becoming more open to short sales [NYT]
2. No promises that JetBlue is staying in New York [NYDN]
3. Court ruling could put Atlantic Yards project back on track [NYDN]
4. Living in Pelham Parkway [NYT]
5. New legislation would allow Brooklyn residents to buy parking permits [NYDN]
6. History of Homes On East 80th Street [NYT]
7. Unable to build during the recession, developers focus on sales [Crain’s]
8. A look at the Upper East Side apartment of Jack Masey, who spent 30
years creating exhibitions and pavilions for the government [NYT]
9. Old Westbury, Long Island market suffering [NYT]
10. Dog walker searches for an Upper East Side apartment under $1,500 a month [NYT]
11. Adult communities popping up in Charleston on Staten Island [NYT]
12. Family searches for suburban home online [NYT]
13. Construction stalls in Atlantic City [NYT]
14. Workers take apart the old Yankee Stadium [Post]
15. Coney Island residents protest planned arena [Post]
16. Open house traffic picking up [NY Mag]
17. Actress Emily Mortimer buys a four-bedroom home in Amagansett [NY Mag]
18. Clothing and accessories shop Callalilai takes old antique shop space in Greenwich Village [Crain’s]
19. SpongeTech moving to 10 West 33rd Street [Crain’s]

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