Stuyvesant Town creeps closer to default, Village Green condos host open houses … and more

New York /
Oct.October 16, 2009 04:50 PM

1. Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village creep closer to default [Reuters via Realtor Mag]

2. Manhattan landlord bans one-year lease terms [Curbed]

3. Village Green condos to hold open houses this weekend [EV Grieve]
4. Washington Square Park renovation continues [Curbed]

5. Carroll Gardens residents decry alleged sub-standard street cleaning [BVIB]
6. Jonathan Miller asked to appraise bank overrun with violent squatters [Matrix]

7. A look at why so many women cover commercial real estate [NYO]

8. The Lower East Side is apparently overrun with ATMs [Bowery Boogie]

9. Apartment Therapy releases list of most helpful New York City hardware stores [Apartment Therapy]

10. Malfunctioning walk signals accumulating in city intersections [Bowery Boogie]
11. The Bed Stuy Renovation Blog returns after fraught hiatus [Brownstoner]

12. New Jersey’s Hamilton Park Hotel makes green renovations [Hotel-Online]
13. Acorn’s relationship with democrats strained [NYT]
14. Officials say there will be no more delays on changes to the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act [Inman via Realtor Mag] 

15. House members say they’re putting more attention toward halting foreclosures [Philadelphia Inquirer via Realtor Mag]


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