National September 11 Memorial & Museum renderings released, Ben Stein explains Lehman Brothers fall … and more

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Sep.September 10, 2009 05:18 PM

1. National September 11 Memorial & Museum renderings released [Curbed]
2. Philippe Starck and Karl Lagerfeld guest edit October issue of Wallpaper [Media Bistro]
3. Five-bedroom Murray Hill house could be facing foreclosure auction [Curbed]
4. A look at the latest leaders at design and architecture schools [Media Bistro]
5. Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner announce Oct. 25 wedding date [Post]
6. New version of Monopoly released, allows players to indulge in real estate fantasies [NYT]
7. Early reports suggest Barclays Center could prove a drain on city funds [City Room via Curbed]
8. Bond New York agent Roberto Gonzalez releases video on buying real estate [Bond]
9. Opposition to Bronx Armory plan grows [Bronx News Network]
10. Lance food company finalizes buyout of Stella D’Oro brand, will move operations from Bronx to Ohio [Post]
11. List of the priciest condos and co-ops in the Hamptons [Curbed]
12. Ben Stein explains how mortgages led to the fall of Lehman Brothers [Fortune via CNNMoney]
13. Reports show homebuyers paying closer to list price [Inman]
14. China Investment in talks with private equity firms, looking to invest in U.S. real estate [WSJ]
15. As foreclosure rate slows, number of troubled borrowers remains high [CNNMoney]

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