Development plan for Brooklyn’s Broadway sty

July 02, 2010 04:30PM

1. Development plan for Brooklyn’s Broadway Triangle hits another

2. Summer rentals still available in the Hamptons for all price ranges

3. Five local properties hold up well in the downturn [Yahoo] 

4. State legislature passes law to crack down on illegal hotels [Crain’s]

5. Habitat for Humanity still building houses, as biggest construction companies
nationwide cut back [WSJ] 

6. Myrtle Avenue’s landmark Ridgewood Theater back on the market for

7. Housing department announces new protections for LGBT community to
prevent discrimination [Inman News] 

8. Baruch College receives grant for program to certify green building

9. Celeb hair stylist Sally Hershberger lists her NYC penthouse for $5.9M
[Real Estalker] 

10. East Village drivers park illegally in private driveways [EV Grieve] 

11. Chelsea landlord tries to force retailer into bankruptcy in
Meatpacking District
12. Architect Andre Kikoski moves from Tribeca loft to two-bedroom in Midtown [WSJ]
13. Fewer new homes on the market in Long Island [Newsday]