My Alerts: NYT RE Alert (14 articles)

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Alert Name: NYT RE Alert
September 20, 2009 Compiled: 1:11 AM

REAL ESTATE / COMMERCIAL

Mr. Malkin is the president of Wien & Malkin, which, through its divisions and partnerships, owns about 10 million square feet of commercial property in the New York area.

REAL ESTATE

A troubling real estate market can make home renovations more attractive than moving.

REAL ESTATE

Bernard Madoff lived in a building on Lexington, rather than an address like Park or even Fifth Avenue.

REAL ESTATE

Elizabeth and Union County have joined forces with the state to help turn around the crime-ridden Oakwood Plaza, an apartment complex in Elizabeth, N.J.

REAL ESTATE

In New Jersey, the housing market recovery is showing up in the northern part of the state first, in relatively affluent towns.

REAL ESTATE

Homeowners in the greater New York City region will be less sharply affected by foreclosures from rising monthly payments on adjustable-rate mortgages.

REAL ESTATE

Homes owned by the celebrated or the notorious attract traffic because of curiosity.

REAL ESTATE

With a monthly budget of around $1,600, Atossa Movahedi knew she was going to have to give up something.

REAL ESTATE

Jean-Marie Grenier and his wife, Jane, live in a former funeral home in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

REAL ESTATE

Experts say that two 24-story full-service beige brick towers on 37th and 38th Streets are benefiting from the roiling economy as much as the amenities.

REAL ESTATE

A developer in Harlem, caught short by the plunging real estate market, is converting a brick row house back into a rooming house.

REAL ESTATE

A boomlet of optimism is rippling through the luxury real estate market, after a forgettable year of decline and gloom.

REAL ESTATE

After a tumultuous year, market watchers are relieved to see that early September 2009 looks more or less like September 2008.

REAL ESTATE

Nestled in the crook of Connecticut’s southwest corner 45 miles from Manhattan, New Canaan has never been a bargain hunter’s paradise.

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