Lincoln Center gets slapped with federal suit, Jennifer Lopez is willing to spend $250K for a week in the Hamptons … and more

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Jun.June 28, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Despite proximity to Central Park, UES residents complain of lack of green space [DNAinfo]
2. Jennifer Lopez is willing to pay $250,000 for a week in the Hamptons [Post, 5th item]
3. Lincoln Center gets slapped with federal suit for inadequate access for disabled [NYDN]
4. McCarren Park Pool in Williamsburg officially opens [Brooklyn Paper]
5. Senate Democrats accuse AIG of making refinancing too difficult [WSJ]
6. Horizon Media founder Bill Koenigsberg buys 429 Greenwich Street duplex penthouse for $15M [Post, 6th item]
7. Reverse mortgage applications are rising — as Baby Boomers use home to pay off other debts [NYT]
8. Religious institutions and preservationists spar over proposed East Village historic district [DNAinfo]
9. Bronx tenants displaced by illegally removed fire escape sue landlord [NYDN]
10. Hovnanians buy townhouse on West 4th Street and seek LPC permission to add floor [Post, 4th item]
11. FHFA finds U.S. Federal Home Loan Banks are overexposed in risky European mortgages [Bloomberg]
12. Bronx’s leading gay center permanently closes after boss steals $338,000 from funds [Post]
13. DeKalb Market merchants are irate with forced move brought on by CityPoint construction [NYDN]
14. Greenpoint bar without a name elicits noise complaints as locals can’t contact owner [Brooklyn Paper]
15. Roy Lichtenstein’s widow is close to buying home on House Meadow Lane in Hamptons [Post, 3rd item]
16. State housing finance agencies have helped spark the housing recovery [Bloomberg]
17. Former U.S. ambassador and ex-marine Peter Tufo lists landmarked Southampton mansion for $12M [Post, 2nd item]


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