Marlene Clintron named head of Bronx Overall Economic Development Corp., mortgage rates could spike … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 15, 2010 05:01 PM

1. Bronx Beep names Marlene Clintron new head of the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corp. [NYDN]

2. Midtown carriage house stable handed eviction notice [Post] 

3. Mortgage rates could spike with Fed funding cutoff [SFGate] 

4. Greenwich Village one-bedroom a supposed lucky love charm for single residents [NYMag] 

5. Matt Damon reportedly shifts apartment hunt to Central Park West [NYMag]

6. Fire at Harlem building where Paterson, Rangel have homes kills one resident [NYDN]
7. For gentrification culprit, some say look no further than housing code [Atlantic Yards Report]
8. When apartment showings go wrong [NYMag]
9. A look at the after effects of Brooklyn foreclosures [My Home Brooklyn]
10. Local activists look to put kibosh on Astoria’s so-called “liquor lane” [NYDN]
11. Bayside neighborhood activist riled over city approval of controversial church project [Your Nabe]
12. Apartment building offering meet-and-greet opportunities for singles [NYT] 

13. Same building, same layout: why two apartments have such big price disparities [NYMag]

14. Entire Jackson Heights block destroyed by fire [NYDN]

15. A walking tour of mobster lore [NYDN] 

16. Co-op and condo fraud on the rise, again [Habitat Mag] 

17. In real estate search, Mamie Gummer ditches Dumbo, decides on Park Slope [NYMag]

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