City inks deal to bring ShopRite to Brooklyn Navy Yard, DOB cracking down on illegal billboards … and more

April 27, 2010 08:20AM

1. City inks deal to bring ShopRite to Brooklyn Navy Yard [Post]
2. NYC transfer and recording taxes jumped by 600 percent between 1998 and 2007 [REBNY]
3. Japanese bank Nomura to expand into Merrill Lynch space at World Financial Center [Post, 1st item]
4. Illicit Subway fare-beater “key” found to also control thousands of city elevators [NYDN]
5. Blankfein to testify that Goldman didn’t “consistently” short housing market, bet against clients [WSJ]
6. DOB cracking down on illegal roadside billboards [Post]

7. Aqueduct racino bidders spent more than $1M on lobbying last year [NYDN]

8. Critics argue city-run Brooklyn Bridge Park won’t give public a say in development [Brooklyn Paper]
9. Market watchers express growing optimism on business conditions [SmartMoney]
10. Jumbo mortgages regaining market share [MarketWatch]
11. The country’s best-selling ZIP codes [Realtor Mag]


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