Steve Wynn pitches Queens development, Lou Reed buys Hamptons home … and more

Aug.August 05, 2009 05:04 PM

1. Images of the Roger Federer Suite at the Carlyle released [NYO]
2. Steve Wynn pitches development for Queens Aqueduct in Ozone Park [NYO]
3. Rocker Lou Reed buys $1.49M East Hampton home [Curbed]
4. Many endangered Brooklyn post offices to stay open [Brooklyn Paper]
Queens Center Mall performing strongly, occupancy past 97 percent [WSJ]
6. Mounting generational tensions at Stuy Town chronicled [Curbed]
7. Bronx tenant sues landlord over rat attack [NYDN]
SL Green removes scaffolding from Brooklyn’s tallest commercial building after 4.5 years [Brooklyn Eagle]
9. Report shows majority of NYC foreclosures in Queens [Fox News]
10. Construction restarted at 144 North Eighth Street in Greenpoint [Brownstoner]
11. Soap opera “All My Children” to move production to L.A. at year’s end [Mediabistro]
12. Rise in so-called upside-down mortgages among U.S. homeowners [WSJ]
13. Deutsche Bank estimates nearly half of mortgages will be underwater before recession’s end [Bloomberg]
14. Municipal yield curve shows market favors short-term bonds [Bond Buyer]
15. Treasury prices recoup early losses [MarketWatch]
16. Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency plans to step down at end of month [1010 WINS]

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