Top Goldman execs allegedly oversaw mortgage unit, Westchester home sales increase sharply … and more

April 19, 2010 08:39AM

1. Top Goldman execs allegedly oversaw mortgage unit at center of SEC suit [NYT]
2. A grassy proposal for Governors Island [NY Mag]
3. New Yorkers living in former stores [NYT]
4. Massive fire rips through three Union City, N.J. apartment buildings [Post]
5. Historic Districts Council eyes potential landmarks between Madison Square and 34th Street [NYT]
6. Stuy Town ruling has little affect on outer borough, Northern Manhattan multi-family building sales [Crain’s]
7. Westchester home sales increase sharply in first quarter on low prices, interest rates [NYT]
8. Pol to challenge Harlem charter schools’ expansion [Post]
9. DIY townhouse renovation in the West Village [NYT]
10. New York Palace hotel looking to expand banquet, restaurant space [Crain’s]
11. New Princeton, N.J. 100-unit condo development nearly complete [NYT]
12. Famed Harlem violin school could shutter [Post]
13. Long Island brokers calling on contractors to help prepare houses for the market [NYT]


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