Posts Tagged ‘Mickey Kearns’

Can Albany Agree On How To Kill “Zombies”?

Written by Matthew Hamilton on . Posted in Housing, Latest, News

In Manhattan there is an ever more expensive real estate battle over apartments and penthouses taking place in the clouds. But far below the skyline dwellings, in other parts of the state, there is an ongoing clash just to get someone to take ownership of properties worth millions of dollars less than those luxury condos. From Long Island to Buffalo to the North Country, homes foreclosed upon during the last recession sit without tenants. However, in many cases, the owners… [More]

Winners & Losers, March 23, 2012

Written by City & State on . Posted in Daily, Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest election ended without a clear winner and loser at the ballot box, though that hasn’t stopped us from making some snap judgments about the week. For everyone else, it was a week of jockeying for position, and though we make our calls below, we know the race is far from over. Wendy Long – How did the Manhattan attorney and political newcomer go from zero to practically capturing the GOP nomination for Senate over a sitting congressman?… [More]