Floating Hospital expands and opens a land-based main clinic in LIC, dogs allowed at more NYC co-ops … and more

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Oct.October 27, 2009 05:01 PM

1. Floating Hospital expands and opens a land-based main clinic in LIC [WNYC]
2. Tax dollars lost as New Yorkers migrate to other parts of the country [Post]
3. Inside the wedding of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner [Post]
4. Kingsbridge city-owned parking lot still closed after plans for development fell through [NYDN]
5. Michael Huynh will open four restaurants in four weeks in Manhattan [NY Mag]
6. Fairfield, Conn. office market continues to struggle [Conn. Post]
7. Dogs allowed at more NYC co-ops [Brick Underground]
8. Couple charged with stealing $600,000 through mortgage fraud [Mortgage Fraud Blog]
9. Trade groups push Congress to extend loan limits at Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac [The Truth about Mortgage]
10. Commercial real estate valuations coincide with number of office jobs [Narrow Tranche]
11. Brief summary of the first time homebuyer tax credit set to expire Nov. 30 [Realty Times]
12. Positive outlook for housing sector diminished by foreclosures [Property Wire]
13. Mortgage fraud risk shoots up 11 percent between second- and third-quarter 2009 [Housing Wire]


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