U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department subpoenas 15 mortgage companies with high mortgage defaults … and more

January 13, 2010 04:53PM

1. U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department subpoenas 15 mortgage companies with high mortgage defaults [Business Week]
2. Fee and senior leasehold positions change hands at the old DuMont Building at 515 Madison [GlobeSt]
3. STK is opening in the Grace Building at 1114 Sixth Avenue Near West 42nd Street [Post]
4. New Williamsburg building is made out of shipping containers [Curbed]
5. Bruce Mosler of Cushman & Wakefield to be honored by the Realty Foundation at its annual luncheon April 29 [Post]
6. Reset of option adjustable-rate mortgages will hurt struggling homeowners [CNBC]
7. A double dip recession is imminent, some experts say [Seeking Alpha]
8. Robert Knakal’s take on distressed commercial assets [NYO]
9. New MTA Web site features allows users to see real-time subway delays [NYT]
10. Following landmark announcement, West-Park Presbyterian Church at Amsterdam Avenue and 86th Street no longer a homeless haven [NYT]
11. Protesters sue after denied permit to picket outside Mayor Bloomberg’s townhouse [NYT]
12. Hyatt Hotels Corporation looking to expand in big cities [Globest]


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