Carroll Gardens rezoning passes in City Council … and more

Oct.October 29, 2009 05:00 PM

1. Carroll Gardens rezoning passes in City Council [Brownstoner]
2. Columnist John Crudele talks about fixing the housing crisis [Post]
3. Lead plaintiff in Atlantic Yards lawsuit explains the high stakes of the case [Reason]
4. NJ Nets to vacate Izod Center early, waiting to move to Brooklyn arena [Hoops World]
5. Drastically different interiors of three homes in one Prospect Heights apartment building [NYT]
6. NJ Nets player Terrence Williams moves into new home in North Bergen, NJ [NYT]
7. New York households with income of less than $300,000 per year may receive school property tax breaks [Newsday]
8. Hovnanian Enterprises closes an offering of $785 million of senior secured notes [Costar, 1st item]
9.  Bankruptcy judge may reopen bidding for two Queens hospitals [Your Nabe]
10. Five of the eight written supporters of the Garden City Lighthouse project reportedly had ties to the project [Newsday]
11. Forest City Enterprises completes $200 million offering of convertible senior notes [Costar, 2nd item]
12. Why bond buyers should steer clear of purchasing Atlantic Yards bonds [Noticing New York]

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