Arianna Huffington hunts for new Soho apartment, East Village vintage shops closing amid steep rents … and more

January 04, 2010 08:16AM

1. Arianna Huffington hunts for new Soho apartment [Post]
2. East Village vintage shops closing amid steep rents [Post]
3. Crosby Street is revitalized, but still very Soho [NYT]
4. City, Silverstein ensnared in court battle over $35M in commercial rent taxes on Twin Towers and two other destroyed WTC buildings [Post]
5. New apartments at Chelsea theological seminary to be completed within the month [NYT]
6. Trump: City should resolve to get rid of debt and fix up roads and guardrails in 2010 [NYT]
7. Critics slam Obama’s Making Homes Affordable Program [Examiner]
8. Students flock to advanced degree programs in construction management [NYT]
9. On blocks slated for new Atlantic Yards project, remaining residents bide their time before demolition [Canadian Press via Google News]
10. Costco opens in Rego Park, Queens [Crain’s]
11. Ivanka Trump shares her favorite getaway spots, hotels and restaurants [Chicago Tribune]
12. A Sunday in the life of the Corcoran Group’s Pam Liebman [NYT]
13. City orders historic horse stable to vacate West 45th Street building to make way for school, housing and retail development [Post]
14. Paterson set to announce Aqueduct video lottery terminals this week [Newsday]
15. Upper East Side luxury fitness club files for Chapter 11 [Crain’s]
16. A modest Connecticut town left relatively unscathed by the housing downturn [NYT]
17. Shops at Atlas Park tenant sued over $300K loan payment [NYDN]
18. New York Times picks its top 10 real estate moments of 2009 [NYT]
19. Ocean Hill, Brooklyn homes evacuated after fierce winds lead to falling bricks [NYDN]

20. NAR: Taking inflation into account, home prices lower than they were a decade ago and may be going lower [CNN Money] and [CNN Money]

21. 2010 is a one-year reprieve for the estate tax [NYDN]

22. In buyer’s market, some young couples become homeowners before becoming husbands and wives [NYT]
23. A history of the Brill Building [NYT]
24. Orthodox Jews move in droves to a transforming Cedarhurst, L.I. [NYT]
25. Mortgage bonds rally may end and interest rates may rise when Fed stops securities purchases [Bloomberg]
26. A closer look at the most recent Case-Shiller numbers may show more negative than positive news [Zero Hedge]
27. Columnist: Why the housing market “bottom” is artificial [Money Morning]


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