Silverstein unlikely to take Port Authority offer, New Jersey sellers turn to home swaps … and more

Jul.July 13, 2009 08:38 AM

1. Silverstein unlikely to take Port Authority’s latest WTC offer [Crain’s] and [Post]
2. State mortgage modification programs help homeowners [NYT]
3. How parents should handle children moving back home [NYT]
4. Real estate broker turns his Harlem triplex into nightclub [Post]
5. Venture capital firm signs lease at 11 East 26th Street [Crain’s]
6. How federal inaction contributed to the housing crisis [Boston Globe]
7. Financial services firms sign leases at 477 Madison Avenue [Crain’s]
8. Couple looks for Upper East Side apartment [NYT]
9. After exploring other options, biotechnology firm stays at 521 West 57th Street [Crain’s]
10. New Jersey sellers turn to home swaps [NYT]
11. New Bronx rental development for seniors allows live-in children and grandchildren [NYT]
12. Court rejects Taubman Centers proposal for Long Island mall [WSJ]
13. Westchester buyers look to purchase before tax credit runs out [NYT]
14. Long Island sellers choose not to work with brokers [NYT]
15. Apollo Theater faces challenges [Crain’s]
16. “Real Housewife” Jill Zarin bets reality show can help sell her apartment [NYT]
17. Living in Long Island’s Wyandanch neighborhood [NYT]
18. Novelist Roxana Robinson works in former maid’s room of Upper East Side apartment [NYT]
19. E-mail from broker Serena Boardman breaks up couple [Post]
20. With condo bust, Williamsburg now looks like Miami [NY Mag]
21. Amid recession, entrepreneurs are renting monthly office space [NYDN]

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