Living around central Harlem’s Astor Row, apartment bargains in New York and Miami … and more

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Aug.August 07, 2009 08:13 AM

1. Living around central Harlem’s Astor Row [NYT]
2. Long Island firm to auction Catskills resort [LIBN]
3. Photos of Richard Perry’s 1 Sutton Place South penthouse [Curbed]
4. Hurricane Katrina victims struggle to find housing in Queens [NYDN]
5. Residents wonder what’s next for Gowanus Canal area [NYDN]
6. A look at Henry Radusky’s 295 Columbia Street [Brownstoner]
7. Cary Tamarkin designs Hamptons house [Hamptons Cottages & Gardens]
8. A guide to buying real estate in New Jersey [Jackson NJ Online]
9. A look at the Guggenheim Museum’s legacy on its 50th anniversary [NPR]
10. Apartment bargains in New York and Miami [ABC News]
11. Renters face risks when landlords are foreclosed on [Investing Notes]
12. Residential originations at U.S. mortgage lenders jumped by nearly 25 percent in second quarter [NYT]
13. The brokerage of the future [Better Homes and Gardens]
14. Worries of foreclosure drive one out of five bankruptcies [Housing Wire]
15. The window of opportunity for financial system reform is closing, Arianna Huffington says [Huffington Post]
16. Banks hope for federal effort on short sales [Realtor Magazine]
17. Legislation requiring homes to be more energy-efficient could hurt housing rebound, home builders say [Bloomberg]
18. NYU files plans to build 11-story religious center [Villager, 2nd item]
19. Trinity Park set to open in September [Downtown Express]


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