183 Madison Avenue reportedly nearing $75M sale, original WTC steel columns return to Ground Zero … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 08, 2010 12:00 AM

September 08, 2010 08:00AM

1. 183 Madison Avenue reportedly nearing $75M sale to British group [Post, 3rd item]
2. NASCAR site closing deadline postponed again [SI Advance]
3. Original WTC steel columns return to Ground Zero for Sept. 11 memorial [NYDN]
4. Fannie Mae brings back subprime lending terms for buyers of foreclosed homes [HousingWatch]
5. Publishing giant Meredith in talks for ex-Pfizer space at 205 East 42nd Street [Post, 1st item]
6. After fire, Flatbush Avenue mom-and-pop shops struggle to stay afloat [NYDN]
7. Handbag designers Carlos Falchi and Isabella Fiore to take 12th floor of 550 Seventh Avenue [Post, 2nd item]
8. Scores strip club looks to open spot in Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal [AP]
9. Rick Lazio weighs in on planned mosque near Ground Zero [WNYC]
10. With buyers and sellers not on the same page, houses languish on the market [Washington Post]

11. Bankers expect credit standards to remain tight this year [Inman]
12. Online photo printer departs rent-free 160 Varick Street incubator for lease at 137 Varick Street [Post, 3rd item]
13. FHA sets first-ever minimum credit scores [HousingWatch]

14. 104-year-old heiress does not want a guardian for her massive estate, lawyer says amid investigation [Post] 

15. Advertiser BBD&O renews at 1285 Sixth Avenue [Post, 2nd item]
 

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