Aqueduct racino developer to be chosen within two weeks, open houses welcome the return of just-lookers … and more

November 09, 2009 08:26AM

1. Aqueduct racino developer to be chosen within two weeks [Crain’s]
2. The bachelor pad’s waning days [NYT]
3. BoHo, GoCaGa, BoCoCa: Rebranding neighborhoods with names [NYDN]
4. Restaurateur-turned-broker lists UES house for $4.7M [NYT]
5. Zillow: Fewer homeowners underwater in third quarter [Bloomberg]
6. In Long Island, historic homes need T.L.C. [NYT]
7. Open houses welcome the return of just-lookers [NY Mag]
8. Stuy Town sale more likely than restructuring for Tishman Speyer [Bloomberg]
9. New “wind garden” at Quinnipiac University produces energy, serenity [NYT]
10. “Recession-proof” Brooklyn Navy Yard has 99 percent occupancy [Crain’s]
11. Restoring Newark with affordable, beautiful housing [NYT]
12. Charles Lindbergh’s Connecticut cottage rents at $8,000 per month [NY Mag]
13. Treasury blocks sale of $3B in low-income tax credits to Goldman Sachs, Berkshire Hathaway [WSJ]
14. Deegan extension could block access to Grand Concourse development [NYDN]
15. Renowned surgeon expands to 25,000 square feet at Midtown Medical Arts Center [Crain’s]
16. Actress Judith Ivey selling UWS brownstone for $5.995M [NY Mag]
17. British insurer takes over 17,300 square feet at Rockefeller Center [Crain’s]

18. Easy Shopping inks lease on new East Harlem residential building [Crain’s]