Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer rejects Extell’s Riverside plans … and more

New York /
Sep.September 01, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer rejects Extell’s Riverside plans [West Side Spirit] 

2. Fannie Mae upgrades appraisal regulations for more prudent risk management [Matrix]
3. Homeowners who avoid foreclosure are still feeling pressure [MSNBC] 

4. Tiger Woods moves into the Printing House on Hudson Street? [Curbed] and [NYDN] 

5. James New York hotel opens today but not the rooftop bar and pool [Hotel Chatter] 

6. New high-end eateries coming to JFK’s JetBlue terminal and La Guardia’s Delta [Post] 

7. Rush Limbaugh’s Fifth Avenue penthouse officially sells for $11.75M [NYO, 2nd item] 

8. New skatepark opens in South Bronx, across from Yankee Stadium [NY1] 

9. Property owners use strategic default as a bargaining tool [Retail Traffic] 

10. Muslim leaders in NYC defend proposed mosque near Ground Zero [AP via SI Live]
11. Valley Shepherd Creamery to open store in Soho [Grub Street] 

12. Beachfront communities near Manhattan offer mix of neighbors and homes [WSJ] 

13. 2nd Avenue subway plan on Upper East Side draws critics [NYT] 

14. Where are the top five places to buy a foreclosed home? [Truth About Mortgage] 

15. New pharmacy coming to corner retail of Malcolm Shabazz Mosque at 116th Street and Lenox [Harlem + Bespoke]

 

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