Design of WTC memorial parapets to be revealed by the summer, banks face increase in commercial loan delinquencies … and more

March 24, 2009 08:01AM

1. Officials at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum hope to unveil the final design of the parapets around the memorial pools by the summer [NYT]
2. Pier 1 Imports is closing 80 stores [CoStar]
3. BlackRock, Carlyle support plan to relieve banks of real estate debt [Bloomberg]
4. Editorial says homes are for shelter, not an investment[Seeking Alpha]
5. General Growth extends deadline for approval of new debt terms [Bloomberg]
6. Brokerage president said to be Obama’s choice to lead FHA [Bloomberg]
7. Banks face increase in commercial loan delinquencies [Bloomberg]
8. Mayor Bloomberg says Larry Silverstein doesn’t have equity in the World Trade Center redevelopment [NYO]
9. Phoenix Constructors leases 55,000 square feet at 100 Broadway [Post, 2nd item]

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