Two more REITs file for initial public offerings, Cuozzo says Tavern deal could fall through … and more

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Aug.August 31, 2009 08:07 AM

1. Two more REITs file for initial public offerings [Reuters]
2. Tavern on the Green deal could easily fall through, Cuozzo says [Post]; new Tavern operator might not keep old name [Post]
3. 20 Exchange Place has appeared in string of movies and TV shows [Post]
4. More than one-third of mortgaged homes in the U.S. were underwater as of the end of June [NYT]
5. Aqueduct Gaming poll about Aqueduct Racetrack renovation found few people following the redevelopment closely [NYDN]
6. Low-income housing developer gets tax break to rehabilitate Hempstead housing [Newsday]
7. Long Island residents attend foreclosure clinic [NYT]
8. Living in the Bronx’s Soundview neighborhood [NYT]
9. Residents worry about changes to a Greenwich Village lobby [NYT]
10. Living in East Meadow, L.I. [NYT]
11. When AIG execs relocate, company will cover difference between sale prices and asking prices of their homes [Post]
12. Connecticut program helps towns plan for affordable housing [NYT]
13. Northern and central Jersey retail vacancies climbing [GlobeSt.]
14. Bloomberg, Larry Silverstein both refuse 9/11 memorial quilt display request [Post]


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