Fashion 26 to open in March, how Goldman Sachs and other banks shorted the housing market … and more

December 24, 2009 03:28PM

1. Fashion 26 hotel to open March 15 [Hotel Chatter]
2. Astoria developer falsely certified Brooklyn building inspection, city charges [YourNabe]
3. East Village’s Ray’s Candy Store struggling with rent [EV Grieve]
4. Williamsburg squatter repeatedly threatened building owner, police say[YourNabe]
5. Landmarks Commission to hear case for Westbeth Complex designation Jan. 12 [GVSHP]
6. How Goldman Sachs, other banks shorted the housing market and made fortunes [NYT]
7. Kingsbridge’s Cannon Place residents could get 90-unit facility for formerly homeless [Riverdale Press]
8. Cragislist ad: 525 Broome Street available for rent at $18,300 per month [Grub Street]
9. Arsonist setting fires in four Marble Hill Houses buildings [Riverdale Press]
10. Tom Robbins provides commentary on Kingsbridge Armory vote [Village Voice]
11. Formerly homeless Iraq vet gets fully-furnished University Heights home [NYDN]


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