277 Gold Street tops out, leasing activity expected to slow … and more

December 11, 2008 06:15PM

1. 277 Gold Street tops out [Brownstoner]
2. Leasing activity expected to slow in upcoming months [GlobeSt]
3. Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion still campaigning for comptroller [Politicker]
4. Comptroller Bill Thompson looking into Yankee Stadium costs [Politicker]
5. Resetting of risky loans could increase foreclosures [MSNBC]
6. Mortgage rates hit four-year low [Inman]
7. Holiday party canceled at Empire State Development Corp. [NYO]
8. SK Properties secures $170 million in construction financing for NJ project [CPN]
9. Residential building rising at 70 Berry Street [Curbed]
10. Work resumes at 132 Second Place [PMFA]
11. Advice to sellers: price aggressively [Urban Digs]
12. Looking back at the New York Telephone Company Building [NYT]
13. Cracking down on mortgage fraud in Suffolk County [Newsday]
14. Governor David Paterson and wife Michelle have the Governor’s mansion in Albany and their two-bedroom apartment in Harlem [NYT]
15. White collar unemployment on the rise [NYT]

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