Bank of America and Chase execs say mortgage industry still faces rocky future … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 13, 2009 04:50 PM

1. Greenwich Village’s Luminary development offers up price cuts [Curbed] 
2. Brooklyn Borough Hall will temporarily host the new Brooklyn GLBT center [Brooklyn Eagle] 
3. Carroll Gardens residents concerned over lead paint removal tactics [Brownstoner] 
4. Lt. Joseph Petrosino Park rededicated in area between Lafayette and Spring streets [NYT] 
5. Construction progresses on the Limelight Marketplace, set to open in former Flatiron church [Racked] 
6. Claire Danes will not be dwelling in Brooklyn anytime soon [NY Mag]
7. Flatbush residents reveal dilapidated buildings’ condition to press and local officials [Post] 
8. Kimora Lee places East Hampton home on the market [Curbed]
9. Bank of America and Chase execs say that mortgage industry is still “fragile” [Reuters] 
10. Blackstone ditches plans to sell two high-profile properties [Bloomberg]
11. List of top cities for recent grads to live in released [Business Week via Realtor Mag]
12. A list of dos and don’ts for those trying to qualify for a mortgage [Inman]


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