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24 Things in New York Real Estate you need to know this morning

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09:30:16 | 2012-04-23

Good Morning New York! Here’s the news:

  1. New York Landlord Moves to Upend Rent Control at Court [Business Week]
  2. The City of Sky-High Rent [NYT]
  3. Walking Entrepreneurs: We’re not the 1% or the 99% [FOX Business]
  4. When parents help with the home loan [Hampton Roads]
  5. Planning New York’s Next Iconic Building [WSJ]
  6. NYC Toughens Crane Operator Licensing Process [Globe St.]
  7. Homeowners keep renovations simple, budget-friendly [KSDK]
  8. Brooklyn Bridge Park gets $40 million donation [Crains]
  9. Jennifer Aniston Reportedly Sells Condos in NYC, Buys in Bel Air [AOL]
  10. For Some Landlords, It Ain’t Easy Going Green [City Limits]
  11. Why N.Y.C. must scrape the sky [NY Daily News]
  12. NY Times Can’t Find Normal Manhattanites For “Rent Is High” Story [Gothamist]
  13. Buyer confidence a reality or just a blip? [Herald Tribune]
  14. Final frontier: Lower East Side still offers fair price and value [NY Daily News]
  15. NY foreclosures are likely to jump [NY Post]
  16. Living large, in a studio apartment [Baltimore Sun]
  17. Michael Gross: Unreality television [Crains]
  18. New York Landlord Moves to Upend Rent Control at Court [Bloomberg]
  19. Hotel sprouting in failed midtown condos [Crains]
  20. This is my neighborhood [Gay City News]
  21. Luxury lodgings get uber eco-friendly [MSNBC]
  22. Trump helps unveil new tower to be built on Black Sea [Toledo Blade]
  23. Steiner Studios, the Brooklyn Base of a Film Studio and Real Estate Empire [NY Convergence]
  24. For rich Brazilians, real estate bargains [China Daily]