Testwell top execs found guilty, Fannie and Freddie plan to stay under wraps till 2011 … and more

February 24, 2010 04:59PM

1. Court of Appeals rejects Columbia precedent to reopen Atlantic Yards case [Atlantic Yards Report]
2. Questions abound over Tavern on the Green’s next iteration [NYO]
3. Clinton Hill post office set to close for three months [Clinton Hill Blog]
4. Broadway theater president buys $13M pad in Superior Ink [NYO]
5. New restaurant, Veselka Bowery, has begun construction at 11 East 1st Street [Eater]
6. So-called “cruise ship concert hall” may open in Red Hook [Post]
7. More details on Coney Island’s Luna Park revealed [NYDN]
8. Evidence suggests state officials have made few plans for Barclays Center security [Brooklyn Paper] 

9. Testwell prez and VP found guilty in concrete test fraud scheme [Crain’s]
10. Famed Belarusian model Maryna Linchuck buys $1M one-bedroom home in Nolita [NYO]
11. East Village apartment turned culinary museum? [WSJ]
12. Willets Point opponents bring in engineering wiz to make case [Crain’s] 

13. Car owners may be more likely to default on homes, report suggests [Inman] 

14. Forget models: new computer program said to transform 2-D building pictures into 3-D [NYT] 

15. Rate of lending drops sharply [WSJ]

16. Geithner says Fannie and Freddie plans won’t be made public till 2011 [WSJ] 

17. Drop in new home sales could hit builders hard [Forbes]