My Alerts: NYT RE Alert (14 articles)

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Alert Name: NYT RE Alert
July 26, 2009 Compiled: 1:12 AM

REAL ESTATE

Throughout Westchester, little building is under way. Only a few developers have been financially willing or able to take the risk.

REAL ESTATE

The late Brooke Astor lived with her husband, Vincent Astor, in a building that Mr. Astor had himself developed.

REAL ESTATE

The Related Companies, which develops and manages residential and commercial property nationwide, said it would start a paperless leasing service.

REAL ESTATE

In New Jersey, overall sales are up; inventory is down; and, after three years, home prices may be on the verge of halting their decline.

REAL ESTATE

This month, the Federal Housing Finance Agency unveiled a new program to help borrowers who are “underwater” — as long as the borrower hasn’t missed loan payments in the past year.

REAL ESTATE

A growing number of developers find themselves, after lengthy steps to win approvals, being forced to drag their feet on residential and mixed-use projects across Long Island.

REAL ESTATE

South Beach, with its easy access to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, is a convenient hideaway in the big city.

REAL ESTATE

Pierre Brouwers and Sanja Zigic knew they wanted a penthouse with a view but that was just their first desire.

REAL ESTATE

Most of the family that runs BookCourt, an independent bookstore in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, still lives above it.

REAL ESTATE

Last week, Peter C. Rockefeller and his wife, Allison Whipple Rockefeller, closed on a 10-room duplex apartment at 130 East 67th Street on the southeast corner of Lexington Avenue.

REAL ESTATE

Buyers at a new 41-story glass and stone condominium tower on Riverside Boulevard who want to break their contracts think they may have found a way out.

REAL ESTATE

With new condominiums sitting empty and buyers scarce, some developers are beginning to add renters to the residential mix. Wary owners hope their stays will be temporary.

REAL ESTATE

There are some who say the market for trophy apartments is dead and gone. Others whisper that things are happening, then clam up fast.

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