Weekly Roundup: Starter units hot, lenders tough

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Rising rents boost sales of starter apartments in first quarter

Manhattan neighborhoods vary markedly in price, sales volume

Court ruling could lead to new wave of personal-injury lawsuits for mold injuries

Dozens of developments planned in the Hudson Yards district 

Quality of life complaints — and litigation — soar in co-ops, condos

Most transaction volume is recorded for any March since 2008

Developers again invest in lobbies of residential buildings

In-house libraries prove to be low-cost amenity that please residents of new buildings

With prices nudging relative realism, Hamptons market recovering

How much do you want to see that river?

Rents uncharacteristically hold steady through winter

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The Big Apple: Will investors drive up prices?

Construction activity rises, but new starts of residential building dip below previous two years

The value of construction projects commenced in New York City rose 15 percent in 2010 thanks to non-residential and public sector building, while new residential construction starts continued to slide, according to the New York Building Congress.

Residential projects worth $2.21 billion began last year, which was down from $6.03 billion in 2008, at the tail end of the construction boom, and $2.58 billion in 2009, according to the analysis.

Unsurprisingly, federal tax credit caused spike in last June’s sales

The U.S. tax credit for first-time homebuyers had more Continue reading