Soho building to be demolished to prevent collapse, no end in sight for foreclosures … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 08, 2009 05:01 PM

1. Soho building to be demolished to prevent collapse [Arch Paper]
2. Target may be coming to the new Penn Station in the Farley Post Office space [NBC]
3. Jane Street hotel hit with four violations and closes until November [Guest of a Guest]
5. Low-rise LES development Blue getting facade makeover [Examiner]
6. Vornado Realty Trust to install light sensors in many commercial developments [NYT]
7. Former Chelsea diner, Cheyenne, arrives at new home in Alabama today  [Chelsea Now]
8. New concert venue opens in Rochester, NY [Examiner]
9. Real estate analyst talks about where real estate is heading [A Student of the Game]
10. Mortgage rates drop again [The Truth about Mortgage]
11. Fulton transmit hub progressing with funding [Second Ave. Sagas]
12. Are 8,000 mortgage lenders necessary? [WSJ]
13. Fannie Mae may need another taxpayer bailout [The Truth about Mortgage]
14. Current mortgage rates are as good as they get [CNBC]
15. No end in sight for foreclosures [CNBC]
16. 30-year fixed-rate mortgage average down week-over-week [CNBC]

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