Port Authority head: Take “fresh look” at Freedom Tower.
[NY Times]Queens DA shuts down Woodside strip club.
[NY Times]Manhattan sellers change attitudes in slower market.
[NY Times]Florida Panhandle housing market grinds to a halt.
[NY Times]Learning from the Dakota’s precursor.
[NY Times]Buyers find peace, deals in Spuyten Duyvil, the Bronx.
[NY Times]Developers bet on city living in New Jersey.
[NY Times]New condos atop Upper West Side’s Apple Bank.
[NY Times]New mortgage products accelerate payoff schedules.
[NY Times]Scoping out building noise before move-in day.
[NY Times]Do area rugs count as carpeting in condos?
[NY Times]Who pays a co-op sublet fee?
[NY Times]The 80-20 income rule for co-ops remains in effect.
[NY Times]Atlantic Yards’ fate in Silver’s hands.
[NY Times]Realogy agrees to be sold for $9 billion.
[NY Times]Bloomberg in a hurry over urban planning.
[Economist]Spitzer renders MTA’s Kalikow powerless.
[NY Post]Nadler gets money from Red Hook terminal manager.
[NY Post]World Trade Center site rebuilding starts in earnest.
[Daily News]Landlord Pinnacle strikes deal with Spitzer.
[Daily News]Hundreds of condos going up in Riverdale.
[Daily News]City Council battles over Quinn’s 421-a bill.
[Daily News]Prospect Heights battleground for “meaning of Brooklyn.”
[New York]Future MTA chief vows to finish 2nd Avenue subway.
[NY Sun]Efforts to revive 421-b development tax incentive.
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