Ruth Madoff evicted from UES home, a review of the Atlantic Yards changes … and more

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Jul.July 06, 2009 07:37 AM

1. Ruth Madoff evicted from her Upper East Side penthouse [Post]
2. A look at the West Harlem home of two professional clowns [NYT] and a jazz singer’s vacation home upstate in Middleburgh [NYT]
3. History of the apartment building at 440 East 56th Street [NYT]
4. Jackson Heights neighborhood gets a cartoon mascot [NYT]
5. Jumbo mortgages becoming more expensive to obtain [NYT]
6. Andrei Vavilov, who sued the Plaza to break a contract, bought a unit at the Time Warner Center for $37 million [NYT]
7. Some real estate sales in the New York region [NYT]
8. Tavern on the Green owner Jennifer LeRoy battling two other restaurateurs for the restaurant’s license [Post]
9. Living in Crown Heights [AM NY]
10. Investors become more interested in REITs [WSJ]
11. A review of how the Atlantic Yards project has changed [NYDN]
12. Co-ops looking for cash deals for new buyers [NY Mag]
13. Director Stephen Daldry buys 4,600-square-foot home in West 20s [NY Mag]
14. Loan modifications rose 55 percent in the first quarter [NYT]
15. Art installation might come to Upper West Side subway station [NYT]
16. City Council has opportunity to save Coney Island, editorial says [NYDN]
17. World Trade Center Transportation Hub should not be bigger than Grand Central, Cuozzo says [Post]


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