Linda Stein killer sentenced to 25 years, more theaters planned for off-Broadway … and more

May 03, 2010 05:07PM

1. Linda Stein killer Natavia Lowery sentenced to 25 years to life [NYT]
2. Even posh Upper East Side apartments have bedbugs [NY Mag]
3. New Goldman tower becomes a mainstay on TV news amid scandal [WSJ]
4. More theaters planned for a newly-busy off-Broadway industry [Crain’s]
5. Brooklyn’s cyclists could win more space with proposed Grand Army Plaza overhaul [NYT]
6. Icelandic volcano brings out the best in NYC Craigslist real estate section [NY Mag]
7. NYT fashion photog Bill Cunningham on leaving behind his rent-stabilized Carnegie Hall abode [NYT]
8. Riverside Apartments landlord denied appeal for new underground parking garage [Brooklyn Heights Blog]
9. On Long Island, brokers personalize open houses to lure high-end buyers [NYT]
10. Snapshots of East End real estate markets [NY Mag]
11. A peek inside the new Crocs superstore under construction in Soho [Curbed]
12. Back in 2004, Fed saw cause for concern about housing bubble [Calculated Risk]
13. Luna Park to import log flume from Seattle [Amuzing the Zillion]
14. Exploring the Brooklyn waterfront by bike [NDYN]
15. Private construction spending declines in March: report [Calculated Risk]
16. Roubini: Sovereign debt will mean government defaults [Bloomberg]

17. Freddie Mac: 4.13 percent of residential mortgages 90-days delinquent in March [Calculated Risk]