Man survives fall from UWS building after landing on parked car … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 31, 2010 05:00 PM

1. New York City metro area housing numbers outpace most of the country’s [NYO] 

2. Man survives fall from UWS building after landing on parked car [DNAinfo] 

3. Housing bust affects low-income families’ ability to pay for higher education [WSJ] 

4. Chelsea Art Museum struggling to survive amid $13 million debt from refinanced mortgages [DNAinfo] 

5. Downtown Brooklyn tower, the Andrea, is 100 percent leased after six months on market [Crain’s] 

6. Wine store to open at Oro retail space at 306 Gold Street [Brownstoner] 

7. Rumors about Tiger Woods picking bachelor pad in NYC are false [Twitter]
8. Empty lot for sale at 6th Street and Cooper Square [EV Grieve] 

9. Though Senator Orrin Hatch supports the building of the Islamic Center, most New Yorkers want it moved, investigated [HuffPo] and [HuffPo]  

10. While Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf has history of trouble with tenants [] 

11. And Mayor Bloomberg is opposed to examining financing behind the center [NYT]


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