My Alerts: NYT RE Alert (13 articles)

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Alert Name: NYT RE Alert
October 11, 2009 Compiled: 1:18 AM

REAL ESTATE

These days, the 1845 Cosmopolitan Hotel is a classic railroad hotel, but the railroad left more than a century ago.

REAL ESTATE

L+M Development Partners is taking a classroom-packed 1906 building in Harlem and making it into a mix of market-rate and moderate-income apartments.

REAL ESTATE

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are offering financing incentives for buyers of foreclosed homes that Fannie and Freddie own.

REAL ESTATE

A growing number of families on Long Island that are pressed for space, but boxed in by the slow-moving real estate market, are choosing to remodel.

REAL ESTATE

Tenafly has been popular with affluent professionals seeking a more suburban setting close to the city.

REAL ESTATE

Emilie Lubis and her boyfriend, Dustin Fure, found out two days before they were planning to move that their new building had been evacuated.

REAL ESTATE

Kim Stolz, whose r�sum� includes a star turn on “America’s Next Top Model,” lives in the same apartment she grew up in.

REAL ESTATE

It turns out that not every sale reported at the end of the third quarter is good news for the troubled Manhattan market.

REAL ESTATE

With new steel supports in the cellar and workers varnishing restored plank floors, a home owned by Franes Gaar, an actress, is now on the market for $21 million.

REAL ESTATE

Steven Mnuchin, a former executive vice president at Goldman Sachs, is giving up his duplex co-op at 740 Park Avenue for the suburban wilds of Pasadena, Calif.

REAL ESTATE

For some, returning to renting spells freedom. But others miss the control that comes with being able to say “mine.”

BUSINESS / MUTUAL FUNDS

Top managers were dismayed to see the value of their funds sink last year, but they took advantage of the chance to buy at low prices.

BUSINESS / ECONOMY

New data on the housing market are startling, but may be just a signal of more price volatility ahead.

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