Older New Yorkers take on roommates, Paterson budget would close state parks under proposed budget … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 22, 2010 08:11 AM

1. 100,000 NYC apartments decaying along with their finances [AP via Post]
2. Older New Yorkers take on roommates to defray living costs in a down economy [NYDN]

3. Simon blasts General Growth for rejecting bid in second letter to company [Post]
4. Paterson would cut fireworks, state parks under proposed budget [Newsday]
5. Zuckerman undecided on Senate run [The Hill]
6. Jay-Z involvement in Aqueduct racino deal raises eyebrows [Post]
7. When in doubt, agents go with “colonial” designation for listings [NYT]
8. Miller: Appraisal management companies yield more low-quality appraisals for consumers [Matrix]

9. Toll: We’d build a “neat-looking community” over the Gowanus, unless it gets a Superfund designation [NYT]

10. Tighe: NYC real estate’s goals for 2010 [Crain’s]
11. Longtime East Hampton rentals on the ocean go up for auction [NYT]
12. Nicole Gelinas makes the case for Perkins’ anit-eminent domain bill [Post]
13. Milstein-owned Emigrant Savings Bank may need another bailout [Crain’s]

14. Agents teaming up to provide round-the-clock coverage for clients [NYT]
15. A chat with Property Shark and Green Pearl founder Ryan Slack [Matrix]
16. Prices to stay low as mortgage interest rates begin to rise in late March, economists predict [NYT]
17. Flake’s parishioners not fans of gambling or AEG [Post]

18. Unions, contractors negotiating new agreement to bring down construction costs [Crain’s]

19. Barnes: NY real estate losing luster for foreign investors as U.S. dollar regains strength [Huliq]
20. The Flea non-profit arts space inks $5.3M deal for new theater at 20 Thomas Street [Crain’s]
21. Reality shows raising property values for chosen properties [CNN]

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