A&P likely to keep NYC stores … and more

New York /
Dec.December 13, 2010 05:11 PM

1. After filing for bankruptcy, A&P likely to keep NYC stores [Crain’s]
2. Macaroni lofts in Carroll Gardens sells out in two months [Curbed] 

3. U.S. role in housing market makes it harder to predict end in crisis: economists [Inquirer] 
 

4. Bronx residents fear that Indian Pond is threatened by proposed development plan [NYT] 

5. Foreclosures tough to do in New York, as banks struggle to seize homes [WSJ] 

6. Street artist stencils in long-debated boundaries of Brooklyn [NYO]  

7. Research reveals how to improve mortgage-lending quality [WSJ] 

8. Italian restaurant Eataly, on 23rd Street, draws upscale eateries to the neighborhood [Crain’s]
9. Part of WTC redevelopment may be delayed due to uncertainty in bond market [NYO] 

10. How to look up free foreclosure listings using Google Maps [Truth about Mortgage] 

11. RealtyTrac predicts rough year ahead for housing, as foreclosures increase [WSJ] 

12. Yale’s Robert A.M. Stern wins Driehaus prize for classical architecture [NYT]

13. Real estate values may be on the way up, says economist Chris Farrell [Business Week]


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