Related promises low-rent unit at Yards, Credit Suisse accused of fraud … and more

TRD New York /
Dec.December 15, 2009 04:59 PM

1. Related promises to build low-rent apartments at West Side Rail Yards [NYT] 

2. Landmarks Commission pushes for creation of a Grand Concourse historic district [NYO] 

3. Foreclosure looms at 364 Bedford Avenue [Brownstoner] 

4. Bloomberg hints at Rockaway wind farm [NYDN] 

5. Kohl’s ramping up search for Manhattan outpost [WWD] 

6. Rumors circulate over Rockrose development at 10 Court Square in LIC [LIQCity] 

7. Italian tapas spot Stuzzicheria facing delays in its opening date [Tribeca Citizen] 

8. New York investment banks find niche market in cleaning up real estate mess [Crain’s] 

9. A Queens engineer found to have faked certifications for balconies at a Brooklyn building [Post] 

10. Brooklyn foster group consolidates leases [Crain’s] 

11. A day in the life of a female construction worker [NYT] 

12. Pessimism abounds on commercial real estate outlook [LIBN] 

13. Fujanese immigrants found living in 64-square-foot apartments at 81 Bowery [Village Voice] 

14. State Board of Regents angling for 200 new charter schools statewide [NYDN] 

15. Co-op boards gone wild, agent Malcom Carter explains why he dropped out of his own [Malcom Carter] 

16. Band called Real Estate popular among hard-rocking New Jersey natives [WNYC] 

17. Connecticut’s Greenwich Avenue setting record with retail property sale [Connecticut Post] 

18. Stigma attached to purchasing a foreclosure [Trulia] 

19. City’s first hydrogen fueling center opens in Eastchester, Bronx [NYDN] 

20. Credit Suisse accused of fraudulent misrepresentations of MBS [Bloomberg] 

21. Study shows banks get ample subsidies beyond TARP [Business Insider] 

22. Housing Authority focuses on saving 21 housing complexes [NYT]
23. Investigative journalist Dominick Dunne lists Turtle Bay apartment for $1.25 million [Zillow] 
24. Studio residential space diminishing, putting artist communities on the run [NYDN]
25. Bankrupt homeowners getting mortgage refunds [CBS]
26. Charter school approved in Lefferts Gardens [Hawthorne Street]
27. Bonds on Nets Arena a hot ticket [NYT] 
28. Proposed Hudson Yards project moves on to City Council [Post]
29. Zillow to begin offering rental listings [The Truth About Mortgage] 
30. Beazer and Hovnanian stocks climb [Fox Business]


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