Coney and Willets Point haven’t seen budget cuts, bowling alley in Queens could become retail space … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 10, 2009 08:04 AM

1. Coney Island and Willets Point haven’t seen any funds cut by the city [NYO]
2. A Q & A with Community Board 12’s Adjoa Gzifa about how the Jamaica Avenue shopping district is doing during the downturn [NYT]
3. What real estate you can buy for $190,000 [NYT]
4. Park advocates angry that the High Line has extra security [NYDN]
5. Funds on hold for the restoration of the Bowne House in Flushing [NYDN]
6. A Q & A with Cushman & Wakefield CEO Bruce Mosler [NYO]
7. New flea and farmers market opens on campus of SUNY College at Old Westbury [NYDN]
8. Bowling alley in Glendale could become retail space [NYDN]
9. New Atlantic Yards arena design gets poor reviews from Brooklyn residents [NYDN]
10. Housing advocates worry rent legislation won’t pass now that the Republicans have taken over the New York State Senate [NYO]
11. National Association of Home Builders reports increased prospective buyer traffic [Realty Times]
12. Financier Robert Agostinelli sells full-floor co-op at 36 East 72nd Street for $6.5 million [NYO]
13. The building boom of 2008 has ended [Post]
14. Law firm Squire Sanders & Dempsey moving to two floors at 30 Rockefeller Center [Post, 3rd item]
15. A Q & A with architect Robert Scarano [Brooklyn Paper]
16. U.S. mortgage application index fell 7.2 percent last week [Bloomberg]
17. Falling home values mean lower property taxes [WSJ]

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