Federal judge to determine who owns Tavern on the Green name, U.S. Treasury says lenders aren’t doing enough to modify home loans … and more

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Dec.December 01, 2009 05:01 PM

1. Federal judge to determine who owns Tavern on the Green name [Diner’s Journal]
2. Pink Elephant in NYC and Southampton now named just Pink [NYDN]
3. Staten Island National Lighthouse Museum unlikely to be built [SI Live]
4. British bank Standard Chartered leases space at 1095 Sixth Avenue [Crain’s]
5. Residents want more attractive entrance to Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 1 [Curbed]
6. Mixed-use spaces in apartment buildings are environmentally friendly [NYT]
7. U.S. Treasury says lenders aren’t doing enough to modify home loans [WSJ]
8. U.S. construction spending unchanged in October after declining for five straight months [Bloomberg]
9. Spa Chakra Fifth Avenue files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy [Crain’s]
10. Tappan Zee, Kosciuszko and Goethals bridges ranked worst in New York state [Post]
11. Singer Norah Jones receives approval to add 10 windows to Cobble Hill home [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Pamphlets warning about dangers of illegal home conversions distributed by FDNY [NYDN]
13. Pending existing home sales rose in October [Bloomberg]
14. The Strand hotel opens today [Hotel Chatter]
15. Eloise interactive shop opens in Plaza [Hotel Chatter]
16. State officials refuse to say how much they paid for property near Atlantic Yards [Brooklyn Paper]
17. 70 Berry Street hits the market in Williamsburg [Brownstoner]
18. Angry Bronx tenant stabs landlord to death over spare mattress [NYDN]
19. New Bond Street development under new ownership starting to rise [Curbed]
20. New Ivanka Trump service offers jewelry in exchange for free night at NYC Trump hotel [Cityfile]
21. Sloane Mansion may be facing foreclosure [Curbed]
22. New York’s $64.8 billion debt level higher than ever [NYDN]
23. Unemployed homeowners cannot afford to even modify mortgage payments [MarketWatch]
24. HSBC, Citigroup at risk in Dubai debt crisis [American Banking News]
25. Pending sales of U.S. existing homes rose in October [Bloomberg]
26. FHA proposes new regulations to strengthen lender criteria [Daily Finance] and [Post]
27. Obama administration releases program to incentivize short sales [Inman]
   


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