New city-funded Garment District fashion incubator attempts to lure entrepreneurs to New York, NYPD firing range will move to new Queens police academy … and more

November 25, 2009 08:15AM

1. New city-funded Garment District fashion incubator attempts to lure entrepreneurs to New York [Arch Paper]
2. NYPD firing range will move to new Queens police academy [NYDN]
3. Architecture council standard could mean Freedom Tower’s 1776-foot-tall measurement will be reconsidered [Chicago Tribune]
4. Broadway’s pedestrian plazas cause this year’s Thanksgiving Day Parade to change route [Post]
5. Development exec from Bank of America buys $29M landmarked West 50s townhouse [Post, 4th item]
6. Harper’s Bazaar publisher drops $2.55M on 860 U.N. Plaza co-op [NYO]
7. Acorn sinking amid post-scandal funding cuts [WSJ]
8. No mortgage filing on Sam Newhouse’s new 2.47M Tribeca loft… did he pay in cash? [NYO]
9. Coach Reed Krakoff brand inks first lease on Madison Avenue [Post, 3rd item]
10. Pratt building on Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene fends off Duane Reade tenant rumors [NYT]
11. Judge rebukes Indymac over subprime mortgage suit [Business Insider]
12. Vote to modify Kingsbridge Armory proposal will likely come early next month [NYDN]
13. Upper West Side has more than its fair share of banks and ATMs [West Side Independent]
14. New FDIC guidelines could be just what the shopping center industry needs to stave off foreclosure wave [National Real Estate Investor]
15. Low interest rates could invite “excessive risk-taking,” according to Fed documents [Huffington Post]
16. U.S. commercial banks report combined net income, but FDIC’s “problem banks” list grows [St. Petersburg Times]
17. Study: Young adults move in with parents, roommates and delay marriage, kids during recession [WSJ]
18. Commercial banks’ residential mortgage originations down in 3Q [National Mortgage News]