Feds investigate underpaid workers at Harlem construction sites, Madoff’s Manhattan apartment price reduced 10 percent … and more

November 10, 2009 05:02PM

1. Feds investigate underpaid workers at Harlem construction sites started with federal stimulus funds [NYDN]
2. Long Island’s median home price drops in October from a year earlier [Newsday]
3. Brooklyn’s oldest gay bar may be forced to close following sale of the building [Gothamist]
4. Columbia University uses Riverdale luxury condo as dorm [NYT]
5. DOB examining scene of Staten Island chimney collapse [SI Live]
6. National Association of Realtors announces it will launch property data software [WSJ]
7. Female condo resident sends cease-and-desist notice after propositioning doorman [Curbed]
8. Apollo Management exploring possibility of launching bank [The Deal]
9. Chase set to hire 1,200 mortgage loan officers by end of 2010 [USA Today] and [The Truth about Mortgage]
10. Reasons why the first-time homebuyer tax credit will not fix the housing crisis [NYT]
11. Donald Trump’s iconic private jet is for sale [Cityfile]
12. Fed says most banks have ample reserve money [Post]
13. Madoff’s Manhattan apartment price reduced 10 percent [Urban Digs]