Bronx beep wants to lure MLS stadium from Queens, Lauto Group to develop Great Jones Street site … and more

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Jun.June 14, 2013 08:00 AM

1. Bronx Borough President tries to lure MLS stadium away from Queens [DNAinfo]
2. Banks making sluggish progress in helping underwater borrowers [CNBC]
3. Lauto Group to develop eight-story residential building on Noho’s Great Jones Street [BuzzBuzzHome]
4. Carl Fischer Music moving to 48 Wall Street [NYO]
5. Housing First coalition will push next mayor to preserve affordable housing stock [WSJ]
6. Park Slopers say no to Fourth Avenue mini-highway overhaul [NYDN]
7. Cloudsurfing at 1 World Trade Center: PHOTO [Gothamist]
8. Coney Island drawing prominent national chains such as Applebee’s and Red Mango [NYDN]
9. Millenials may have trouble financing their homes, experts say [NYT]
10. Jodie Foster lists LA home for $6.4 million [WSJ]
11. Meet the “Birdman” of the East Village, local business owner and inveterate curmudgeon [EV Grieve]
12. Construction resumes on country’s largest home, named Versailles: VIDEO [CNBC]
13. New real estate reality show “Power Broker” will premiere in July [Curbed, 3rd item]

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