Renderings revealed for High Line building, economist dishes on shaky real estate industry … and more

January 20, 2011 05:06PM

1. Op-ed proposes incentives for borrowers to cooperate with lenders in foreclosure filings [NYT] 

2. Renovated home on East 80th Street with indoor waterfall asking $35M [Curbed] 

3. Economist Hugh Kelly of NYU and Real Estate Economics talks about shaky state of real estate industry [Bigger Pockets] 

4. Construction work affects commuters using F and G train lines [NYDN] 

5. Steampunk-themed live music venue called the Way Station to open this month on Washington Street in Prospect Heights [Brownstoner] 

6. New Gene Kaufman-designed Bowery Hotel to feature glowing red balconies [Curbed] 

7. Prices rise on remaining five units at 47 Dean Street condo in Boerum Hill [Brownstoner]
8. Renderings revealed for glass High Line building at 450 West 14th Street [Curbed] 

9. Q & A with Jimmy McMillan, as he prepares to kick off his presidential bid [NYT] 

10. Wife of disgraced Democratic donor Hassan Nemanzee agrees to vacate Park Avenue Duplex [Post]
11. Fireplaces in the home are acquiring a stigma [NYT] 

12. Subway sandwich chain still eyeing expansion across the country [Retail Traffic] 

13. A closer look at Richard Meier-designed On Prospect Park condo [Real Estate Weekly] 

14. Artifacts from 1900s found during renovations of Gowanus home [Brooklyn Eagle]