Youngwoo & Associates raises capital for AIG deal, magazine giant may find new home … and more

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Aug.August 05, 2009 08:09 AM

1. Youngwoo & Associates raises capital to close on AIG headquarters buy [Post, 2nd item]
2. Magazine giant Hachette may leave 1633 Broadway to save on rent [NYO]
3. At least two historic buildings in Coney Island to be landmarked [Brooklyn Paper]
4. 339 escrow disputes recorded in state attorney general’s office for the year so far [Post, 3rd item]
5. Landmarks Commission to hold public hearing on landmarking of Spring Mills building at 104 West 40th Street [Post, 4th item]
6. Areas around JFK and LaGuardia airports to get $100 million for road and park development [NYDN]
7. Economic Development Corporation hopes to set up kitchen in abandoned city food market in East Harlem for entrepreneurs to rent [NYT]
8. Officials now say 14 city post offices could be shuttered [NYT]
9. Trump Entertainment Resorts bondholders plan to reject Donald Trump’s proposal to take control of the casino company [Bloomberg]
10. Bloomberg administration hopes to move city higher on Lehman Brothers’ list of creditors [NYT]

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