City housing groups tweak tactics in changing market.
[NY Times]Luxury homes meet the projects in Rockaways.
[NY Times]Penthouses still popular with New York buyers.
[NY Times]Recrowning cornices on the Upper West Side.
[NY Times]Lawsuits may hit lenders of risky mortgages.
[NY Times]Losing–and replacing–co-op documents.
[NY Times]Newer foreign REITs offer investors opportunities.
[NY Times]When can residents attend condo board meetings?
[NY Times]A Brooklyn walk-up as conceptual art.
[NY Times]New York – Boston it ain’t: a relocation story.
[NY Times]MTA decides on Fulton transit hub E connection.
[NY Times]Top-level staffing changes at MTA.
[Daily News]Landmark debate over former AT&T headquarters.
[Daily News]Refinancing an option for some ARM users.
[Daily News]Police shutter two West Chelsea nightclubs.
[NY Post]Battle on over future of Pier 40.
[NY Post]Suit: 5th Avenue co-op rejects owner over Parkinson’s.
[NY Post]2 Herald Square sells for $500 million.
[NY Post]Development dots Park Slope’s Fourth Avenue.
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