Real estate listings migrate from print to Web, Joe Sitt shuts down park … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 21, 2009 04:55 PM

1. Several Hamptons’ pop-up shops closing down [Curbed]
2. Joe Sitt shuts down Dreamland amusement park [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Gaming machine makers vie for space at Queens racetrack [Crain’s]
4. Ground Zero to receive last WTC beam [NY1]
5. Sunset Park rezoning riles immigrant groups [Brownstoner]
6. Joseph Leonard restaurant pummeled by car [Village Voice]
7. So-called Highline Improvement District over before it started [Curbed]
8. 128 Hester Street appears to be on its last legs [Bowery Boogie]
9. Renderings revealed for a possible Bowery hotel [Curbed]
10. Dutch architecture and design festival coming to Governors Island [Governors Island Blog]
11. Huffington Post columnist calls out Roosevelt Island’s highly “depressing” Main Street [Huffington Post]
12. Real estate listings make lasting move from print to Web [LIBN]
13. Dozens of CMBS given rough outlook from ratings agencies [Globe St.]
14. Jared Kushner asked Donald Trump for Ivanka’s hand in marriage before proposing [NYMag]
15. Why the wave of foreclosures might never happen [WSJ]
16. When mortgage payments start after closing [The Truth about Mortgage]
17. Commercial real estate players says TALF extension could buy time for investors [CoStar]
18. What kinds of existing homes are really selling? [CNBC]
19. How to determine qualifications for federal mortgage relief [Brownstoner]
20. The Hoboken shipyard, reexamined [Living on the Hudson]
21. In the Hamptons, agents predict market rally [AP via Crain’s]
22. A look at the “zen” of Astoria” [Newtown Pentacle]
23. Columnist says quarter-to-quarter Manhattan real estate improvement probable [UrbanDigs]
24. Manhattan, Bronx and Queens could see a combined 14 post office closings [Epoch Times] and residents rally to save them [NYT]
25. Carroll Gardens zoning kerfluffle continues unabated [Brownstoner]


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