New building code changes ahead, health club leases helping landlords … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 07, 2011 05:46 PM

1. New building code changes ahead
[City Limits]

2. Health club leases helping landlords

3. Mortgage claims hurting recovery, FBR’s Paul Miller says

4. How low can mortgage rates go?

5. Mortgage refinancing plan may not be simple [WSJ]
6. Another pre-Civil War townhouse destroyed in East Village
[EV Grieve]

7. Giant German grocer Aldi has eyes on Manhattan

8. Rat at Park Central hotel calls attention to bedbugs

9. Hot Chicks Room sign still lives in new Upright Citizens’ Brigade
[EV Grieve]

10.”Silent Barn” music venue in Ridgewood searching for new space
11. Middle Village residents want city to clean up unsightly house
12. Housing authority has highest city overtime

13. Doughnut shops growing rapidly

14. Joe Swingle moves to Cassidy Turley from Grubb & Ellis  [REW]
15. Residents disturbed by Southampton Center of the Arts plans
[27 East]

16. Demand for upscale year-round homes on sea will rise

17. East Hampton wind turbine approved
[27 East]

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