Stuyvesant Town loan performance still weak, Blackstone CEO puts Hamptons home on the market … and more

August 28, 2009 04:54PM

1. New Tavern on the Green leaseholder selected [Crain’s] 

2. Streeteasy vice president talks shop with Jonathan Miller [Matrix]
3. On its 50th birthday, Hell’s Kitchen nomenclature explained [NYT]
4. Stuyvesant Town loan performance still weak [Fitch]
5. Lower Manhattan developers promote rent-to-buy to attract tenants [Downtown Express]
6. Booted Met vendor finds new tactics [Post]
7. Historic Harlem public school to be transformed into condos [Harlem BeSpoke]
8. Aqueduct Racetrack project gets another bidder [Crain’s]
9. Restoration of Inwood Museum leads to burglary [Post]
10. Ratner to be featured in Atlantic Yards documentary [The Deal] 

11. Blackstone CEO puts Hamptons home on the market [Curbed]
12. 19-21 Beekman Place brownstone examined [NYT]
13. Front Street restaurant owners claim recession immunity [Downtown Express]
14. Sag Harbor library project given go-ahead [Sag Harbor Express] 

15. Crain’s issues correction on distressed properties story [Crain’s] 

16. Number of troubled banks rises to 416 [MarketWatch] 

17. U.S. investors no longer investing as much in European real estate
[Housing Wire]
18. Ways to increase the value of multi-family real estate [Bigger
Pockets]
 

19. What the next mortgage crisis could look like [The Atlantic] 

20. Housing and manufacturing show signs of improvement [Washington Post]

21. How to make a housing plan for retirement [U.S. News & World Report]

22. Investors are buying up REO properties [Realty Times]


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