Inspection report not filed in 10 years at site of fatal balcony fall, Eventi turns marketing efforts to outdoor plaza … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 22, 2010 08:16 AM

1. Inspection report not filed in 10 years at site of fatal balcony fall [NYDN]
2. Twenty-somethings move back home with increasing frequency amid recession [NYT]

3. Fed plan to close Gravesend social security office angers local seniors [Post]
4. Upcoming Eventi hotel turns marketing efforts to New Outdoor Plaza [Crain’s]
5. Community farm sprouting beside Brooklyn’s Windsor Terrace [NYDN]
6. The story behind Lockhart Steele, founder of [NYT]
7. City sees spike in street, subway dwellers [NYT]
8. Seven banks shuttered nationwide by regulators, bringing 2010 tally to 37 [AP via NYT]
9. In Long Island, data shows houses with toilets in the double-digits, raising questions about assessment accuracy [Newsday]
10. Contractors’ Q &A: How to improve your home [NYT]
11. Settling for a walk-up [NYT]

12. Inside the 8,200-square-foot residence for sale at the American Thread Building [NY Mag]
13. Loans for fixer-upper homes [NYT]

14. Obama’s mortgage mod program can reduce credit score by up to 100 points [AP via NYDN]

15. The rise and fall of Mount Morris Bank in Harlem [NYT]
16. LI mortgage lending branches cut in half since 2007 [Newsday]
17. The end of interest-only mortgages? [NYT]

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