Tavern on the Green may be renamed Tavern in the Park, why it is still a terrible time to buy real estate … and more

TRD New York /
Nov.November 19, 2009 04:57 PM

1. Empire Diner to receive new ownership, name [Chelsea Now]
3. Bloomberg administration to spend millions on outsourcing licensing jobs [NY Times]
4. Apollo aims to list on New York Stock Exchange [Fierce Finance]
5. Florida-based developer purchases 22-acre property next to Westbury Plaza in East Garden City [Newsday]
6. Holiday pop-up shops becoming more upscale [MSNBC]
7. Will seven million more foreclosures hit the market? [The Real Estate Bloggers]
8. Bridgehampton estate ranked number one golf home for sale in U.S. [Curbed
9. Why no one is regulating Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac [WSJ]
10. Donald Trump to sell nutritional product line [Yahoo]
11. Roubini predicts U-shaped economic recovery [Business Insider]
12. Why it is still a terrible time to buy real estate [New Yorker via Patrick.net]
13. Cheaper home prices motivating buyers more than the tax credit is [US News]
14. Fed may not increase interest rates until 2012 [Bloomberg]
15. Best new buildings of the decade that didn’t make the original cut [Curbed]
16. U.S. dollar currency gains appeal as homeowners and job seekers struggle [Yahoo]
17. Tenants in green buildings experience increased productivity and fewer sick days [Business Week]
18. Tavern on the Green may be renamed Tavern in the Park [Crain’s]

 

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