Cipriani auction postponed, FDIC sells stake in $760M property loan portfolio … and more

September 03, 2010 12:00AM

September 03, 2010 08:00AM

1. Cipriani auction postponed by judge [Post]

2. Former Parks Commissioner slams city’s 15 Penn Plaza decision [HuffPo]

3. Unlike in 2006, tenants now front and center in battle for control of Stuy Town [NYT]
4. FDIC sells 40 percent stake in $760M property loan portfolio [Bloomberg]
5. Real estate buyers’ wacky LLC names [NYT]
6. Investor in mosque developer’s purchase of Park51 site once gave thousands to Hamas group [Fox 5]
7. Two-thirds of NYC residents want mosque site moved, poll shows, but Times editorial board comes down squarely in favor of the project [NYT] and [NYT]
8. Anti-Muslim televangelist heads to Ground Zero in Park51 protest [NYDN]
9. Meanwhile, more than 50 city and national groups form coalition in support of the mosque [Downtown Express]

10. Monocle Shop to open first NYC store in the West Village [HuffPo]

11. UWS townhouse formerly owned by Macy’s heir on the market for $8.95M [NYT]
12. P.S. 276 moves into its new home at 55 Battery Place [Downtown Express]

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