Many cities await recovery in housing market, Goldman Sachs unveils designs for Battery Park City renovation … and more

New York /
Jul.July 30, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Congressman Rangel inaccurately signed lease on rent-stabilized apartment: ethics committee [NYT]
2. Architect Charles Renfro discusses the renovation of Lincoln Center [Capital] 

3. A look inside the Sutton Place apartment of late ‘Golden Girl’ Rue McClanahan [NY Mag] 

4. Goldman Sachs unveils designs for Battery Park City renovation [NYT] 

5. Domino Sugar Factory will ruin South Williamsburg waterfront [Guest of a Guest] 

6. New pet store Paws and the City to open in Crown Heights [Nostrand Park] 

7. Larry Silverstein justifies refusal to allow businesses to settle 9/11 losses [Post] 

8. Is the U.S. housing market really rebounding? [Breaking Views via Patrick.net] 

9. Harlem eatery Gospel Uptown files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy [Crain’s] 

10. Many cities await recovery in struggling housing market [MSNBC via Patrick.net] 

11.

Shadow inventory to push 2011 home prices down: report [Housing Wire] 

12. COO of New York Stock Exchange buys home at 48 Walker Street in Tribeca [NYO, 3rd item]
13. Landmarks Preservation Commission to vote Tuesday on Ground Zero mosque [NYO] 

14. BK Whopper Bar set for soft opening in Times Square Saturday [NYT] 

15. EV community board 3 still waiting for Chloe Sevigny’s application [EV Grieve] 

16. Bob Steele, new deputy mayor for Economic Development Corp., starts Monday [NYO] 

17. 153 Lincoln Place condominium in Park Slope sells out [Brownstoner]

 

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