Eventi hotel now taking reservations for spring opening, Linda Stein autopsy photos revealed at trial … and more

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Feb.February 17, 2010 08:16 AM

1. Eventi hotel now taking reservations for June 1 opening [Curbed, 2nd item]
2. Linda Stein autopsy photos revealed at Lowery trial [Post]
3. Hoyt-Schermerhorn subway station to be decorated with Michael Jackson tribute [Post]
4. West-Park Presbyterian Church fights to get new landmark designation overturned [NYO]
5. Inside new rental building Ohm in West Chelsea [Curbed]

6. Fashionistas make way for theater and arts groups in the Garment District [NYT]

7. Penthouse at Trump’s 610 Park Avenue asks $34.8M in quiet listing [NYO]
8. National Association of Realtors launches HouseLogic site for buyers, sellers and homeowners [Inman News]
9. Data: Master list of Manhattan loft closings since Nov. 2008 [Manhattan Loft Guy]
10. Stocks soar on news of General Growth buyout offer [Market Watch]
11. Hopeful future REIT Hudson Pacific Properties files for $264.5M IPO [Reuters]

12. Foreclosures still driving down home values, studies show [WSJ]
13. After Burj Kalifa’s completion, world’s fledgling skycrapers compete for new “tallest” distinction [Portfolio]
14. Freddie Mac drops origination forecast 9 percent for 2010 [National Mortgage News]
15. Hovnanian CEO talks housing health and home building [CNBC]
16. Fannie Mae warehouse pilot program still in the works [National Mortgage News]
17. Dearth of home building means housing shortage to take hold by 2011 [Forbes]
18. NYT Editorial: Without principal reductions, foreclosure prevention will only aid in delaying bank losses [NYT]
19. Olick: Limited success of loan mods a sign of a slow housing recovery [CNBC]


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