Oro secures FHA approval, former Tavern on the Green owners hire consulting firm to sell name … and more

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Dec.December 10, 2009 04:57 PM

1. Oro condo in Downtown Brooklyn secures FHA approval [Curbed]
2. Kiefer Sutherland sells his Greenwich Village condo for $3.5 million [Berg Properties]
3. Wells Fargo cuts principal for delinquent borrowers by as much as 30 percent [Bloomberg]
4. Nail polish company CEO Essie Weingarten buys publisher Peter Olson’s apartment at 799 Park Avenue [NYO]
5. Truce between two NJ arenas may result in surcharge for fans [NYT]
6. Luxury hotels report an increase in occupancy for second week in a row [Hotel News Now]
7. CIT Group’s shares rise as the firm emerges from bankruptcy [CNBC]
8. Former Tavern on the Green owners hire consulting firm to sell the restaurant’s name [NYT]
9. Round-up of shuttered New York City landmarks [Lost New York City]
10. Indonesian fast-food restaurant Danku is being evicted after claiming it was closed for renovations [Midtown Lunch]
11. Former chief of AIG real estate branch suing AIG [WSJ]
12. Rep. Anthony Weiner requests $35 million for waterfront maintenance projects in Sheepshead Bay and Plumb Beach [Sheepshead Bites]


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