Postal service may close 40 Brooklyn post offices, education officials move schools … and more

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Jul.July 27, 2009 08:38 AM

1. Postal service may close 40 Brooklyn post offices [NYDN]
2. Old Toledo Brands, private-label manufacturer and licensing company, doubles office space [Crain’s]
3. Westchester developers hold off on building or rethink approaches [NYT]
4. Midtown East Medical leases 18,500 square feet at 800 Second Avenue [Crain’s]
5. Inventory shrinks in New Jersey [NYT]
6. Owners of BookCourt in Brooklyn live above their store [NYT]
7. Brokers differ on whether trophy sales still happening [NYT]
8. Couple looks for penthouse condo with a view [NYT]
9. Paul Rudd looks at apartments in Chelsea [NY Mag]
10. Federal Housing Finance Agency unveils program to help underwater homeowners [NYT]
11. Education officials moving 91 schools into different buildings this year [Post]
12. Projects shelved on Long Island [NYT]
13. How to find a price that works for sellers and buyers [NY Mag]
14. Comparing New York City and Franklin Lakes, NJ, prices [NY Mag]
15. Living in South Beach, Staten Island [NYT]
16. Bernanke says Fed moves have been effort to avoid second Great Depression [Bloomberg]
17. Top sale for first half of 2009 a far cry from 2008 [Crain’s]
18. Public hearing on Kingsbridge Armory plan to take place tonight [NYDN]

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