Crackdown on smoking at construction sites leads to violations, Hudson County home sales not recovering … and more

August 03, 2009 08:45AM

1. Crackdown on smoking at construction sites leads to nearly 1,000 violations [Post]
2. Park Avenue apartment and Hamptons home each see $20 million price cuts [Post]
3. Fair Mortgage Collaborative, a watchdog group, tries to make loans only in the borrowers’ best interest [NYT]
4. Filmmaker Albert Maysles lives in West 122nd Street brownstone [NYT]
5. Dance center struggles as condo development slows in neighborhood [Crain’s]
6. Real estate experts evaluate the results of recent apartment auctions [NY Mag]
7. Bronx neighborhoods Edgewater Park and Silver Beach Gardens are cooperatives [NYT]
8. Homeowner hunts for apartment with more space for dogs [NYT]
9. Hudson County home sales don’t seem to be recovering [NYT]
10. Connecticut’s Southport Green community on the market after foreclosure [NYT]
11. Demand for senior housing declines in Long Island [NYT]
12. High-end homes not experiencing rebound [WSJ]
13. Low commercial property values obstacle to REIT recovery [WSJ]


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