Brooklyn Friends School wants to build academic building, over 1 million pets up for adoption due to home foreclosures … and more

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Sep.September 22, 2009 05:00 PM

1. Brooklyn Friends School wants to build academic building on State Street in Downtown Brooklyn [Brownstoner]
2. Three New York politicians want Stella D’oro to pay back tax abatement money before the company relocates to Ohio [Bronx News Network]
3. Federal Reserve growth may be undermined by tight credit [Bloomberg]
4. Investors predict Fed will decide to keep interest rate target unchanged at nearly zero during next Tuesday’s meeting [WSJ]
5. Many economists say extending the $8,000 tax credit is a bad idea [Calculated Risk]
6. Over 1 million pets up for adoption this year due to home foreclosures [WSJ]
7. Construction update on HL23 in the Meatpacking District [Curbed]
8. Mall owner Taubman Centers plans to turn Atlantic City mall over to its lenders [Bloomberg]
9. Subway construction delays H&M opening in Fulton Street Mall [Racked]
10. Update on PS90 Harlem condo development [Harlem Bespoke]
11. A $4.3 million property appraisal computer system deemed useless by city’s Department of Finance [Post]
12. Bayside Historical Society will showcase art of significant structures in Queens [Queens Crap]
13. LES residents gather together to support Luther Gulick Park on Delancey Street [Lo-Down]
14. Large grocer to take 10,000 square feet at Dermot project in Jamaica [Crain’s]
15. Three New York City hotels make state’s green list [Crain’s]
16. Fifth Avenue rents slip but avenue still remain the world’s priciest retail strip [Crain’s]
17. City trying to plant two trees in front of allergic Bronx woman’s home [NYDN]
18. Separating fact from fiction about the leasing boom [Observer]
19. CBS launches residential real estate Web site [Crain’s]
20. FDIC may have to borrow money from the banks [CBS]
21. Subway sandwich chain opening new stores faster than McDonald’s [Post]
22. FDIC may soon ask banks to bail it out [CNBC]
23. For sale inventory continues to drop [Inman]
24. Dean of Yale’s School of Architecture will bring in younger architects to speak [MediaBistro]
25. Home prices rise for third month in a row [Inman]
26. Contestants speak out about Philippe Starck’s reality show [MediaBistro]
27. Realtors, lenders and home builders discuss appraisal concerns [Inman]


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