Unemployed mortgage brokers regroup, Pouch Camp still at risk … and more

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Feb.February 17, 2010 04:57 PM

1. Skeptics take issue with Bloomberg Coney Island plans [Brooklyn Paper via Post] 

2. Fiscal woes still threaten Pouch Camp [Gotham Gazette]

3. Island Capital Group looks to acquire Centerline Holding [WSJ] 

4. Carlton House first round bids due this week [Post, 3rd item] 

5. Feb. 23 ruling could determine future of Clarett Group’s Carroll Gardens development [Brownstoner] 

6. Mortgage holders’ official foreclosure complaint against Stuy Town and Peter Cooper Village owners revealed [NYO] 

7. Singer Wyclef Jean’s Haiti relief charity may move into 1251 Sixth Avenue [Post, 2nd item]

8. Fashion 26 hotel in Garment District delays opening untill April 15 [Hotel Chatter]

9. Newmark Knight Frank selling vacant 160 Lexington Avenue [Post, 4th item]

10. Billionaire sues JPMorgan Chase over asset mismanagement [Bloomberg] 

11. Toll eyes Dumbo for new opportunities [Post]
12. After losing jobs, mortgage brokers regroup [NPR]
13. Warren Buffett sheds interest in SunTrust [Bloomberg] 

14. Crown Heights to get new hotel [Nostrand Park]
15. In Sheepshead Bay, fears abound over Belt Parkway development projects [Sheepshead Bites] 

16. Around 100 New York state parks face closure this year due to budget constraints [Crain’s]

17. Manhattanites healthier than Bronx residents, report says [NY1]
18. Securitas Security Services USA inks 11-year lease for 17,500 square feet at 1412 Broadway [Post, 5th item]
19. In historic district expansion effort, Carroll Gardens preservationists hope pictures seal the deal [YourNabe]


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