New 96th Street subway station unveiled, idle Park Slope development site a stinky situation for neighbors … and more

April 06, 2010 08:23AM

1. New 96th Street subway station finally unveiled [NYT]
2. Concrete plant for WTC rebuilding opens in Red Hook [Brooklyn Paper]
3. State Assembly hatching plan to save OTB by the weekend [NYDN]

4. 655 Madison Avenue may become home to new jewelry boutique by ex-wife of Phil Collins [Post, 3rd item]
5. Idle Park Slope development site a stinky situation for neighbors [Brooklyn Paper]
6. Mortgage companies added employees in February: jobs report [National Mortgage News]
7. With co-ownership on the rise, the pros and cons of buying a home alone [NY1]
8. Homeware retailer Sur La Table takes space at 1320 Third Avenue [Post, 4th item]
9. Church foreclosures increasing [Reuters via Realtor Magazine]
10. Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan dishes on the current economy [ABC News]
11. Real estate becoming the linchpin of China’s economy [People’s Daily Online]
12. FHA net worth requirements will be more lax for smaller lenders[National Mortgage News]


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