Limelight Marketplace opening date set, Diaz pledges new plan to develop Kingsbridge Armory … and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 09, 2010 08:02 AM

1. Limelight Marketplace opening date set for April 29 [Racked, 2nd item]

2. 30-day eviction notice at Freddy’s Bar a fake? [Village Voice]
3. Sources: Aqueduct racino deal looking increasingly fishy in probe [NYDN]
4. Now a landmark, Bushwick’s Ridgewood Theater to reopen this year [BushwickBK.com]
5. Diaz pledges new community-backed plan to develop Kingsbridge Armory [NYDN]
6. East Village gluten-free bakery Tully’s changes name after trademark infringement claim [Eater]
7. More than a third of New Jersey towns use loopholes to raise property taxes despite cap [New York Fiscal Watch]
8. Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors acquires London-based firm in European expansion move [National Real Estate Investor]
9. Crown Heights battered women’s non-profit in danger of closing [Nostrand Park]
10. Illegal basement resident terrorizes broker, landlord in Bed-Stuy during inspection [Post, 7th item]
11. JPMorgan analyst weighs in on Starwood Hotels stock performance [CNBC]
12. Barney Frank: Second-lien holders are a “principal obstacle” to loan mods [National Mortgage News]
13. Pennsylvania emergency loan program has 60 percent foreclosure prevention rate [CNN Money]
14. New Fed short sale push could speed bank losses on home loans [Market Watch]
15. FDIC asset auction may mean big writedowns for already-weakened lenders [Bloomberg]
16. Homeowners rail against property tax hikes by moving, voting out incumbents [WSJ via Realtor Mag]


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