Co-housing building to be one of the greenest in the city, High Line rumored to open June 8 … and more

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May.May 29, 2009 06:14 PM

1. Brooklyn co-housing group’s building expected to be one of the greenest buildings in the city [Brownstoner]
2. A photo tour of the Red Bull Arena in New Jersey [CBS]
3. “Top Chef” host Padma Lakshmi turns over her loft on East 2nd Street to a personal trust [Cityfile]
4. Long Island Real Estate Group doubled donation to charity, despite recession [LIBN]
5. Noyac community center not happening [Sag Harbor Express]
6. Consulting firm Braddock + Purcell offers free help to figure out the real estate market [NY1]
7. The High Line rumored to open June 8 [Curbed]
8. Progress at the 12-story 574 Fourth Avenue [Brownstoner]
9. Department of Buildings pulls down illegal sign at 174 Broadway [NYT]
10.
Lenders could lose $168 billion if banks sell loans to the
Public-Private Investment Partnership at market prices [Bloomberg]
11. Yields on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage bonds fell, pushing interest rates on new home loans down [Bloomberg]
12. Gotham Organization seems to be weathering the storm [NYDN]
13. Buffett aide says economic recovery not near [Bloomberg]
14. How to get the home buyer tax credit upfront [WSJ]
15. Foreclosures drawing increased buyer interest [Realty Times]


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