Defects common in sleek new condo developments, New York real estate mogul makes history in Boston … and more

October 26, 2009 08:10AM

1. Defects common in sleek new condo developments [NYT]
2. New FHA rules could make condo mortgages hard to come by [Seattle Times]
3. Impact of Stuy Town ruling may be less than originally feared [Crain’s]
4. Ray’s Pizza owners spar over earnings; Little Italy branch threatens to close [Post]
5. The debate over home prices in New Jersey [NYT]
6. Young, rowdy Stuy Town residents coexist with unhappy elders [NYT]
7. New York real estate mogul makes history in Boston as $20M in luxury properties is sold in 25 minutes [NYDN]
8. Darien, Conn., wrestles with inclusionary zoning [NYT]
9. In Long Island, co-ops faring better than condos [NYT]
10. A peek inside a former Hamptons party house [WSJ]
11. After renovations, upper floor of comic book tycoon’s Gramercy Park townhouse on the market for $10M [NYT]
12. Tenant sues management in battle over mold-infested East Side penthouse [Post]
13. The architecture of Grosvenor Atterbury [NYT]

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New grocers expand into Connecticut market [Connecticut Post]
15. Remaining Solaria condo units in Riverdale to be auctioned off [NYT]
16. Built-to-suit West Village condos may not turn out as “green” as advertised [NYT]