505 Flushing tops out, Rum House closes in Times Square … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 27, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Karl Fischer-designed 505 Flushing Avenue development tops out in Wiliamsburg [Brownstoner]
2. Parents furious over Paterson’s veto of a bill to move radioactive waste station away from PS 84 in Williamsburg [NYDN]
3. East Harlem residents protest developer’s plan to sell their homes [DNAinfo]
4. Connecticut AG probes GMAC Mortgage over defective foreclosure documents [WSJ] 

5. Despite BID’s efforts, retailers strike out at Yankee Stadium [Crain’s] 

6. Riders say East Side bike path is too narrow and full of potholes [NYDN] 

7. Hamptons homeowners are suing town trustees over the public’s use of a beach they claim to own [Post] 

8. Rum House in Edison Hotel in Times Square closes, earlier than expected [Vanishing New York] 

9. Plans for 12-story Hotel On Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn on hold after owner defaults on loan [Brooklyn Paper] 

10. Crown Heights residents protest existing pawn shop on Franklin Avenue [Brownstoner]
11. New developments, restaurants and shops bring life to Yonkers [WSJ] 

12. Report estimates that “shadow inventory” of potential foreclosures will peak this year [WSJ] 

13. Annemarie DiCola, chief executive of analytics firm Trepp, talks about the CMBS market [NYT]


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