Obama administration expands mortgage support for unemployed … and more

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Jul.July 08, 2011 08:25 AM

1. Obama administration expands mortgage aid for the unemployed
[WSJ]

2. Usher checks out a penthouse at 115 Allen Street
[NYDN]

3. What purchasing a townhouse reveals about you
[Post]

4. Living just outside the action in Riverdale
[NYT
]
5. Council member Charles Barron says deals with aide Andre Mitchell are legitimate
[NYDN]

6. Vacancy rates climb in U.S. shopping centers [Bloomberg]
7. New arts venue coming to Greenpoint
[Brooklyn Based]

8. Financing for foreign buyers at New Jersey’s 77 Hudson [NYT]
9. The Constable building draws tenants to Soho [NYDN]

10. City urged to protect 1867 Richmond Hill house
[Queens Chronicle]

11. Full rendering of Toll Brother’s 205 Water Street released
[Curbed]


12. Custom features sell condos quicker
[NYT]

13. The grass is greener, neighbors more polite in Parkchester [NYDN]
14. If architect Frank Lloyd Wright had gotten his way, the Bowery would be a hub of skyscrapers [NYT]
15. Stribling vice president purchases Park Avenue pad for $2.49M [NYO]
16. Japanese-American artist sells Hamptons estate to benefit earthquake victims [NYT]


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