Contenders vying for 1 WTC stake, CMBS delinquencies now valued at over $50B … and more

TRD New York /
Apr.April 27, 2010 04:55 PM

1. Mount Sinai accused of bid-rigging with contractors [WSJ]
2. Contenders for a stake in 1 World Trade Center narrowed down [Post]

3. Goldman mortgage deals face scrutiny [NYT]
4. American Mortgage Acceptance company, a Manhattan-based REIT, files for Chapter 11 [Crain’s]
5. CMBS delinquencies now valued at over $50 billion, according to Realpoint [Retail Traffic Mag]
6. Brooklyn tearing down Navy Yard walls to make way for a new ShopRite location [Post]
7. East Tremont residents point to local club as hotspot of crime, violence [NYDN]
8. ‘Real Housewife’ Sonja Morgan takes $7.25 million townhouse off the market [Realestalker]
9. New Element Times Square West hotel opening delayed till October 14 [Hotel Chatter]
10. Brooklyn farmer shares secrets of backyard farming [Brooklyn Eagle]
11. Bronx retailers hope highlighting culture will bring shoppers [Crain’s]
12. Foreign buyers flocking to New York City commercial real estate, insiders say [WSJ]
13. A peek inside the frustrating world of New York City eateries [Crain’s]
14. Berkeley College inks lease for upper floors in Downtown Brooklyn’s 543 Fulton Street [Brownstoner]
15. Soap star Eileen Fulton putting Upper East Side condo on the market for $2.4 million [WSJ]
16. Famed Bronx BBQ spot Mo Griddler’s selling off one of its roving food trucks [Boogie Downer]

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