Rent regulation legislation passes, condo conversions to hit the market … and more

New York /
Jun.June 26, 2011 11:23 PM

1. Rent regulation legislation passes [WSJ]
2. New wave of condo conversions to hit the market this summer [Crain’s]
3. The end may be near for St. Mark’s bookshop [Racked]
4. Two housing indicators suggest a welcome end to June gloom [WSJ]
5. Tumble in mortgage-bond prices sets off Wall Street race to exit from trades
[WSJ]

6. Anbau Enterprises purchases stalled Chelsea site for $23.4M
[REW]

7. Green wetland program proves successful in East New York
[Crain’s]

8. Eighth Street firehouse is safe from closure [Brooklyn Paper]
9. Bronx community group helps provide housing, economic opportunities
[NYDN]

10. Demographics change, appeal remains in Kew Gardens
[WSJ]

11. Funding stacks up for East River pool
[NYDN]

12. The West Village’s coolest rooftop?
[Curbed]

13. East River Ferry will now cost $4 a ride [DNAinfo]
14. Homeless shelters swamp Ocean Hill, Brooklyn [NYDN]
15. One Kenmare Street penthouse hits the market for $3.395M [Curbed]
16. On closer inspection, the Bronx Gateway Center mall disappoints [NYDN]
17. Lower rents encourage tenants downtown [WSJ]


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