New Yankee Stadium already has cracks, Canarsie pounded by foreclosures … and more

Oct.October 29, 2009 08:06 AM

1. Canarsie pounded by foreclosures [Post]
2. High Line mastermind envisions a similar structure in Jersey City [Curbed]
3. Another fashion mogul, Isaac Mizrahi, eyes 200 11th Avenue [Post, 3rd item]
4. One-third of 2008 NYC workplace injuries were construction accidents [AP via Crain’s]
5. New Yankee Stadium already has cracks [Mediabistro]
6. Cooking guru Lidia Bastianich presents her Little Neck Bay mansion [Post]
7. Construction begins at Williamsburg’s East River State Park, to open this spring [NYDN]
8. New LIC condos, restaurants win the nabe a devoted following [Post]
9. Architects shuffled at South Slope’s 572 Fifth Avenue development [Brownstoner]
10. Two Columbia architecture students win Grand Concourse design contest [Post]
11. CIT avoids bankruptcy with $4.5B loan, rejects Icahn’s cash offering [AP via Crain’s]
12. Iron Chef judge lists UES co-op for $2.35M [Post 2nd item]
13. Senators agree on deal to extend first-time homebuyer tax credit [Market Watch] and [Bloomberg]
14. Higher rental income leads to rise in earnings for Boston Properties [Bloomberg]
15. Jones Lang LaSalle shares fall 6.5 percent [Reuters]
16. CB Richard Ellis profits down 69 percent in 3Q [WSJ]

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