Foreclosure crisis reveals unfairness in how the law treats homeowners … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 09, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Foreclosure crisis reveals unfairness in how the law treats homeowners [Slate] 

2. New hanging artwork coming to brick façade of 200 Seventh Avenue in Park Slope [Here’s Park Slope] 

3. Top 10 things you should know if you’re considering a short sale [Apple Peeled] 

4. Affordable housing projects nationwide affected by municipal bond market [NYT] 

5. Chair of CB1 says Battery Park City Authority should be phased out after wasting more than $300,000 in public funds [DNAinfo] 

6. Single bedbug discovered at J.Crew’s offices at 1770 Broadway [NY Mag] 

7. Hamptons property next door to Martha Stewart still on market, with reduced asking price of $4.95M [Curbed] 

8. A look at the Nolita Mart, latest Stumptown bar at 156 Mott Street [Grub Street] 

9. Stalled Billyburg hotel in Williamsburg developed by Two Trees Management gets $15M to start building [Crain’s] 

10. Two Extell-developed residential projects, the Ashley and the Aldyn close to completion on UWS, with shared amenity space set to open [My Upper West]

 

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