CUNY officials get housing allowance, deadline set for Aqueduct casino … and more

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Jun.June 22, 2009 07:56 AM

1. City University of New York presidents and deans receive monthly housing allowances [Post]

2. Officials crack down on mortgage scams [NYT]
3. Some who attended closed-door Forest City Ratner meeting say Atlantic Yards plan has completely changed [Post]
4. Ground floor of Clinton Park rental building will include horse stables [NYT]
5. Years before housing crisis, community organizations tried to end predatory lending, editorial says [NYDN]
6. Connecticut developer Stephen Soler trying to sell property once planned as a residential development [NYT]
7. Long Island brokerage reinvents itself to weather downturn [NYT]
8. Aqueduct casino contract will be awarded to a bidder by August 1, and project must be completed by October 2011 [Examiner]
9. Some homeowners put homes on the market to make money, others for life changes [NYT]
10. Developer of Hamilton Lofts in Harlem believes project will survive downturn by keeping costs low [NYT]
11. State Senator Pedro Espada shows the Daily News his Bronx apartment [NYDN]
12. Retirement fund giant TIAA-CREF leasing a dozen floors in its headquarters [Crain’s]
13. Mentor Partners renews lease at 500 Park Avenue [Crain’s]
14. Yankees fans want to save Gate 2 from the old Yankee Stadium, the only gate not to be refurbished in the 1970s [NYDN]
15. A profile of hoteliers Thompson Hotel Group [Crain’s]
16. Home Valuation Code of Conduct is the result of a deal between Attorney General Andrew Cuomo and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac [Steamboat Pilot]
17. Unemployment and debt putting homeownership out of reach for would-be buyers [Bloomberg]
18. Living in Fresh Meadows [NYT]

19. Couple with five children moves from Albany back to the city [NYT]

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