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

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

1. New building code changes ahead
[City Limits]

2. Health club leases helping landlords
[WSJ]

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

4. How low can mortgage rates go?
[CNBC]

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
[Crain’s]

8. Rat at Park Central hotel calls attention to bedbugs
[HotelChatter]

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

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

13. Doughnut shops growing rapidly
[WSJ]

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
[REW]

17. East Hampton wind turbine approved
[27 East]


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