Manhattan multi-family sales plunge, school deals help Downtown leasing market … and more

August 21, 2009 07:57AM

1. Manhattan multi-family sales plunge [NYO]
2. City officials and community activists rally to save 14 city post offices [NYT]
3. Bill requiring city agencies to assess infrastructure needs for major rezoning projects to be introduced to City Council next week [Villager, 3rd item]
4. More answers about immigrants and housing [NYT]
5. Port Authority could finish excavating eastern corner of World Trade Center site next week [Downtown Express]
6. Judge sends Countrywide lawsuit to New York court [WSJ]
7. Comptroller William Thompson says city needs “thoughtful planning” for development [Villager]
8. School deals help Downtown leasing market [Downtown Express]
9. A look at Gowanus’ new rock-climbing gym [Brooklyn Paper]
10. City’s unemployment rate continued to grow in July [Crain’s]
11. Existing home sales expected to have risen in July [Bloomberg]
12. Jonathan Miller interviews The Real Deal’s editor, Stuart Elliott, in a podcast [Housing Helix]

Comments are closed.