Stuy Town among the few rejected applications for Federal Reserve’s bailout bonds, Jon Gosselin’s UWS apartment damaged … and more

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Dec.December 28, 2009 08:13 AM

1. Stuy Town among the few rejected applications for Federal Reserve’s TALF bailout bonds [Post]
2. Jon Gosselin’s Upper West Side apartment damaged after dispute with girlfriend, but early reports say incident may have been staged [NYT] and [Post]
3. Construction worker at 580 Eighth Avenue tower survives fall [NYDN]

4. Beach Boy Mike Love puts his renovated East 93rd Street apartment on the market for $2.35M [NY Mag]

5. Preservationists fight for cash-strapped Stamford, Conn. church slated for demolition [NYT]
6. U.S. decision to cover unlimited losses at Fannie, Freddie over three years incites controversy [WSJ]
7. What you get in Florida for the price of a three-bedroom loft in Dumbo [NY Mag]
8. This year’s housing market wasn’t the disaster it could have been [The Record]
9. Infighting at Upper East Side co-op over lobby renovation [Post]
10. Inside the historic Hammerstein Theater [NYT]
11. The case for renting in today’s market [Post]
12. Home equity loans scarce [Newsday]
13. A tribute to Giants Stadium in time for the teams’ last game at Meadowlands [Post]
14. A review of 2009 developments in Hudson County, N.J. [Hudson Reporter]

15. Upper West Side couple on how they chose an apartment a few floors below their in-laws’ [NYT]

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