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Jul.July 26, 2010 08:00 AM

1. 15 CPW is the setting of new romance novel by Susan Fales-Hill [Post]
2. New $14M special needs housing facility opens in Park Slope [Brooklyn Paper]
3. Local pols disagree on future plans for Nassau Coliseum site in LI [NYT]
4. General Growth spinoff could have long-term investor potential, analysts say [Reuters]
5. The anatomy of a NYC short sale [NYT]
6. Clinton Hill artist loft residents allowed back after eviction over “illegal cabaret” [Brooklyn Paper]
7. In homebuyer tax credit’s wake, high-end housing market out-performs low-end in NJ [NYT]
8. Cuozzo: Ground Zero progress finally looking promising [Post]
9. Five new stores, two restaurants coming to Queens Center Mall this summer [NYDN]
10. Have strategic defaults peaked in the Northeast? [NYT]
11. Owner of decrepit Park Slope brownstone finally sells [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Expanded NY loft law a lucky break for tenants, some owners [NYT]
13. Bronx church ravaged by fire, parishioners vow to rebuild [Post]

14. A closer look behind the brownstones on one Brooklyn block [NYT]
15. Retailers charging different prices in different nabes based on sophisticated software analysis [WSJ]

16. White Plains home prices, sales up in second quarter [NYT]

17. The allure of Turtle Bay [WSJ]

 

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