Admiral’s Row building collapses, a profile of Jackson Heights … and more

Jun.June 19, 2009 06:02 PM

1. Building in Admiral’s Row collapses [Curbed]
2. Williamsburg movie theater lights up [Curbed]
3. Landmarks commission approves six-story attachment to 321 Ashland Place in BAM Cultural District [Brooklyn Eagle via Curbed]
4. Ex-wife of billionaire Kirk Kerkorian might sell her Bridgehampton home for around $5 million [NY Mag]
5. More on the High Line opening [Chelsea Now]
6. Queens plays second fiddle to Brooklyn when it comes to the “hot” borough, Daily News says [NYDN]
7. A profile of Jackson Heights [NYDN]
8. Jon Gosselin of TV show “John & Kate Plus Eight” spotted looking at Trump Place [Gawker via Curbed]
9. Tennisport center in Queens closing on July 31 [Post]
10. New York City attracts second homeowners [USA Today]
11. Officials trying to delay M.T.A.’s vote on the Atlantic Yards [NYO]
12. Broker Kenneth Laub says he doesn’t care if his townhouse is overpriced [NYO]
13. Housing sales won’t stop dropping before mid-2010 [CNN Money]
14. Defaults and fraud drain FHA resources [Inman]
15. U.S. housing recovery “distressingly slow,” survey says [Reuters]
16. Feds see foreclosure slowdown as key to economic recovery [Inman]
17. Barnes and Noble scales back openings [WSJ]

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