Yankee Stadium parking developer nears default on $237M in bonds, Riverside Center hearing set for Wednesday … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 13, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Yankee Stadium parking developer nearing default on $237M in tax-exempt city bonds [NYDN]
2. Alliance for Downtown New York’s Elizabeth Berger weighs in on mosque, WTC progress and Condé Nast [NYT]
3. Extell’s Riverside Center hearing set for Wednesday [WSJ]
4. Short sale fraud on the rise [NYT]
5. Brooklyn pol locked up for taking developer’s bribes gets out early for good behavior [Post]
6. Longtime street vendor opens brick-and-mortar shop in Harlem [NYT]
7. Newark landlord swoops in to renovate six foreclosed, low-income apartment buildings [NYT]
8. Mets slugger Carlos Beltrán and new restaurant biz partners hunt for expansion locations [Crain’s]
9. Becoming friends with your neighbors… even in New York [NYT]
10. Bike storage moves up on buyers’ list of coveted amenities [Crain’s]
11. Long Island’s rental market heats up [NYT]
12. Banker says he warned AG years ago about possible fraud against 104-year-old heiress’ estate [Post]
13. Developer of Connecticut condo-office-hotel combo project regrets condo portion as buyers prove scarce [NYT]


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