Work to begin on Mass Transit Tunnel, a tour of the High Line … and more

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Jun.June 08, 2009 07:46 AM

1. Work to begin this month on Mass Transit Tunnel [NYT]
2. The Federal Housing Administration tightens review of mortgage professionals [NYT]
3. Living in the West 80s [NYT]
4. From January to April this year, there were 2,520 notifications of foreclosure in Suffolk County [NYT]
5. Old farmhouse in Westport preserved [NYT]
6. Work force housing in New Jersey [NYT]
7. First part of the High Line opens tomorrow [NYDN] and a tour of the High Line [NY Mag]
8. After $5 million makeover, 515 Madison Avenue gets three new tenants [Crain’s]
9. Rudy’s Music and Guitar Shop opens Soho location [Crain’s]
10. Closed hospitals cause influx of births at maternity wards [NYDN]
11. Parents no longer buying homes or paying rent for Williamsburg trust-funders [NYT]
12. Greenlight Bookstore owner signs lease in Fort Greene [Brooklyn Paper]
13. Daniel Goldstein, Atlantic Yards opponent and Forest City Ratner shareholder, goes to Ratner Cleveland meeting to talk to company officials about the project [Brooklyn Paper]
14. Price swings in Treasury bonds hurting Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s efforts to cap customer borrowing rates [Bloomberg]

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