Architects take aim at Hamptons’ homes, AC casinos see revenue drop … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 11, 2009 05:11 PM

1. New York City fund manager Fortress Investment Group delays management fees [NYT]
2. 667 Madison Avenue: “New York’s most exclusive office building” [NYO]
3. Architects take aim at Hamptons’ homes [Curbed]
4. Renderings of Scarano-on-the-Bowery emerge [Curbed] 

5. Researchers began a project to re-seed oysters into Jamaica Bay [NYT]
6. MTA just $10B short for new development project [NYDN] 

7. Ingersoll Community Center in Fort Greene still caught in red tape, seven years into development [NYT via Brownstoner]
8. Renderings of new west Chelsea condo spell trouble [Curbed]
9. Queens catches the city farming fever, opened sixth green market in July [NYDN]
10. Daffy’s engages in unusual Twitter behavior [Racked]
11. Bronx’s Morris Park profiled [NYDN]
12. National Homebuilders Association struggles to lower costs [WSJ]
13. Realogy broker group says housing rebound unlikely to happen soon [Bloomberg]
14. Atlantic City casinos see revenue drop in the first half of the year [Philadelphia Inquirer via Hotel Online]
15. The top five reasons the president’s foreclosure plan isn’t working [CNNMoney.com via Realtor.org]


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