On the Market: Unwinding Foreclosures, But Not in NYC; Racino Warming Up; Second Homes
Matt Chaban Sept. 30, 2010, 8:15 a.m.
The Real Estate Desk is folding together its morning and evening links feature into a once-a-day digest of all the important news from the city and around the world that happened in the past 24 hours. Hotter than a bowl of Pop Tarts.
Foreclosures should be unwound in three years, at a rate of 1-in-4 sales [Reuters]
But they’re not selling in the city! [Real Deal]
Work to finally begin on Aqueduct Racino in Queens [Crain’s]
NY pays 4th most property taxes, led by NJ, Conn, and New Hampshire [CNN Money]
The trials, tribulations, and joys of a second home [Post]
And don’t forget about the mobile kind [Journal]
You get what you pay for: Dollar vans not so great [BK Paper]
Is the Port Authority discriminatory? [News]
The problem with glassy buildings: the Vegas Death Ray [BLDG BLOG]
Another hurricane to batter city [Post]