Fannie and Freddie mortgage securities decline … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 10, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Grand Central Terminal tennis facilities set to open next summer [Crain’s]
2. Andaz Fifth Avenue’s new underground bar revealed [Grub Street]
3. Greene Hill Food Co-op signs lease for new location in Clinton Hill [Brownstoner]
4. Sag Harbor’s Barcelona Inn still slated for overhaul, despite town board misgivings [Curbed]
5. Texas chicken joint Hill Country Chicken makes New York City home next week [Grub Street]
6. Manolo’s Mexican Restaurant in Sunnyside shuttered for dealing cocaine [Sunnyside Post]
7. Roubini and Bremmer both contend financial crisis led to free-market downfall [Daily Finance]
8. How much skin in the game is needed in the housing market? [CNBC]

9. Another real estate mogul lists Bristol Plaza apartment [Curbed]
10. Prices on Fannie and Freddie mortgage-backed securities
decline [Dow
Jones via Fox Business]

11. Anderson Cooper beau to Open New Bar On Avenue C [Village
Voice]

12. Original Twin Towers contained Muslim prayer room, Times
columnist reminds readers [NYT]
13. Tribeca yoga studio opening new Williamsburg spot [Brownstoner]
14. ACLU touts religious freedom in new pro-Park51 ad [Gothamist]
15. Washington Square Park rehab delayed by several Parks
Department planning errors, now on track for December completion [The
Villager, 4th item]

16. IRS looks for ways to collect homebuyer tax credits from at
least 1 million taxpayers [WSJ]

 

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