Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen go house-hunting in Chelsea, Bed-Stuy library branch closing for repairs again

October 30, 2009 08:01AM

1. Tombstone uncovered during Washington Square Park renovation, just in time for Halloween [Villager]

3. Renters feel less safe, study shows [Realtor]
3. Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen were house-hunting in Chelsea [NYDN, 1st item]
4. Silverstein: WTC project needs the private sector [Downtown Express]
5. Volunteers help clean up foreclosed properties [Realtor]
6. 9/11 Museum CEO: Construction on track for opening by 10th anniversary [Downtown Express]
7. Bed-Stuy library branch closing for repairs again [NYDN]
8. Ask a realtor anything [Realty Times]
9. Downtown temporary zoning may replace elementary school lottery system [Downtown Express]
10. Park Slope, Riverdale among the sweetest, safest NYC nabes for trick-or-treating [NYDN]
11. REIT’s have not reached a bottom [Realty Times]
12. In Park Slope, 211 23rd Street developers try guerilla marketing [NYDN]
13. Architects group decorates subway walls with recent NYC projects [NYDN, 2nd item]
14. Moodys will take action following RMBS loss projections [Housing Wire]
15. Economy starting to grow, but recovery could still be at risk [Yahoo]
16. Legislation proposed to prevent future bailouts [MSNBC]
17. Limited number of distressed properties on the market, panel says [GlobeSt]
18. Port should guarantee Silverstein’s loans on new WTC towers, says resident [Downtown Express]
19. FHA-backed 203(k) rehab loan becoming an increasingly popular option [Realtor]
20. Mortgage insurers react to extending the first time homebuyer tax credit
[The Street]
21. Forest City Enterprises closes on $90M refinancing for Mass. office buildings [ABC]
22. Housing activists celebrate 50 years of community work [Villager]
23. Chinese drywall reports still inconclusive [ABC]