Plans emerge for NYC’s first co-housing community, more than half of Manhattanites live alone … and more

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Nov.November 03, 2009 08:03 AM

1. Governor’s Island awaits Urban Assembly New York Harbor School opening in fall 2010 [Governors Island Blog]
2. Demolition to resume this week on Deutche Bank Tower near WTC site [NYDN]
3. Design commissioner brings high-level architecture to some unexpected places [NY Mag]
4. Yanks fans fight to preserve old stadium gate as memorial [NYDN]
5. Plans emerge for NYC’s first co-housing community [NY Mag]
6. Planned Long Island hotel projects may add to area’s oversupply problem, travel experts say [LIBN]
7. Nathan’s signs lease on new Long Island HQ [GlobeSt]
8. Gramercy Park Hotel’s new Maialino restaurant slated to open mid-November [Eater]
9. Wal-Mart sets sights on NYC [NYDN]
10. UWS open house visitors give their impressions [NY Mag]
11. More than half of Manhattanites are single, living alone [Post]
12. Bronx industrial lot reopens as park in Hunts Point [NYDN]
13. Commercial real estate: Then and now, and why this time is different [Business Insider]
14. 10 cities whose housing market has already rebounded [Business Insider]
15. Nouriel Roubini parties in Tribeca loft [Gawker]
16. Bank of America pushes to pay back TARP loan soon [Post]
17. Nine more bank failures partly attributed to commercial real estate crunch [Fierce Finance]
18. Related execs look to acquire failed lender [Post]
19. New FDIC guidelines take liberal view on nonperforming commercial loans [Daily Finance]
20. Reverse mortgage lender took advantage of seniors, FHA says [National Mortgage News]


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