Related nabs loan for Hudson Yards’ first residential tower, May jobs report hurts the housing market … and more

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Jun.June 01, 2012 05:00 PM

1. The May jobs report is bad news for the housing market [CNBC]
2. Related gets loan to start construction on Hudson Yards first residential tower [GlobeSt]
3. Increasingly, mortgage refinances seek to cut duration of 30-year mortgages [NYT]
4. How Brookfield’s WFC retail revamp will give Battery Park City a much-needed “town center” [GlobeSt]
5. No immediate reports of injuries in Bronx high-rise fire [DNAinfo]
6. A look inside the loft that Anna Gristina’s lawyer used as collateral [NYDN]
7. Furnished backyards can make all the difference for Long Island listings [NYT]
8. “Today Show” host Matt Lauer gets one step closer to constructing a LI horse farm [Sag Harbor Express]
9. What attracts househunters to Verona, N.J.? A price point for everyone [NYT]
10. Theater for a New Audience construction continues apace [Brownstoner]
11. How did the Mayfair come to rise in the Dakota’s backyard? [NYT]
12. CB 4 shoots down Chelsea Market expansion, demands affordable housing [NYDN]


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