Serena Boardman has a baby girl, rumors swirl that Tiger Woods has found a NYC bachelor pad … and more

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Aug.August 31, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Sotheby’s broker Serena Boardman gives birth to a baby girl [Post]

2. Now that the deal is done, what’s next for Silverstein’s 4 WTC? [Post, 2nd item]
3. Rumors swirl that Tiger Woods has found a Downtown Manhattan bachelor pad [US Weekly]
4. Bed-Stuy brownstone fire injures 13, is deemed “suspicious” [NYT]
5. Cushman & Wakefield tapped to lease 950 Third Avenue [Post, 3rd item]

6. Park51 mosque developers form non-profit to help with fundraising [AP]
7. Meanwhile, seven in 10 New Yorkers would move the mosque from current Park Place site [Post]
8. And mosque developer’s brother, business partner also revealed to have unpaid back taxes [Post]
9. Amid new revelations about developer’s tax troubles, some doubt the mosque will ever be built near Ground Zero [Daily Beast]
10. But the Imam behind the project says controversy has been stoked by election season [NYDN]
11. Manager of shuttered Ditmas Park coffee shop Vox Pop says troubled spot could reopen [Brooklyn Paper]
12. Raccoons invading the city’s buildings [NYT]
13. Homeownership no longer a worthy American dream, Time columnist says [Time]
14. Apollo Commercial shares jump following upgrade [The Street]

15. Brooklyn College’s first student dorm debuts [NYDN]
16. Outlook grim for retail REITs [The Street]
17. Entertainment fans push for Queens celebrity homes tour [NYDN]

18. Medical records of hospitalized 104-year-old NYC heiress, who owns 42-room Fifth Avenue apartment, lists fake names for next-of-kin [Post]


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