City sues developer Sam Buckley for $1M to get architectural drawings back … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 12, 2010 05:00 PM

1. City sues developer Sam Buckley for $1 million to get architectural drawings back [Post] 

2. Shiller predicts U.S. economy will enter “double-dip” recession if government does not intervene [MarketWatch] 

3. Who is the “good guy” in New York leasing agreements? [NYO] 

4. Ford Motor signs 25-year lease at Bay Ridge location [Crain’s] 

5. Three-alarm fire breaks out at apartment building in Hell’s Kitchen [NY1] 

6. Bank of America appoints new real estate exec [Charlotte Business Journal] 

7. Rising housing prices don’t affect the market [Forbes via Patrick.net] 

8. Defendant pleads guilty in $11 million Blackstone Group extortion case [Post] 

9. Restoration plan for Bicentennial Veterans Memorial Park in Bronx is stalled [AP via Post]  

10. Massey Knakal’s Bob Knakal discusses development sites [NYO] 

11. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver signs off on Genting bid for Aqueduct race track [NYDN] 

12. Record low mortgage rates fail to move market [MSNBC via Patrick.net] 

 

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