How to dress like Donald Trump for Halloween … and more

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Oct.October 19, 2010 08:00 AM

1. How to dress like Donald Trump for Halloween [Guest of a Guest]
2. City breaks ground on new Moynihan Station [Crain’s]
3. And new Moynihan Station renderings surface

[Curbed]
4. Vornado poaches Morgan Stanley RE exec for acquisitions team

[Crain’s]
5. Q & A with real estate attorney Jeff Lenobel

[NYO]
6. Stop & Shop to open in Far Rockaway this week

[NYDN]
7. Drum school the Collective, “the loudest tenant in New York City,” signs at 123 West 18th Street

[NYO]
8. Inside Manhattan’s first LEED gold-certified townhouse

[WSJ]
9. Five Guys rumored to be taking over 171 Avenue A [EV Grieve]
10. Residential conversion at 25 Carroll Street launches sales [Brownstoner]
11. Survey finds that taxi drivers are turning away Brooklyn-bound passengers to avoid construction-related traffic jams on Brooklyn Bridge [Post]
12. In response to Park51 controversy, Muslim leaders open up their mosques for a week of dialogue [NY1]
13. Pratt Gallery exhibit highlights unconventional parts of New York City [DNAinfo]
14. There are only seven oceanfront properties in Wainscott, and one is listed for $23.5 million [Curbed]
15. Though experts say bank investors should not worry about the foreclosure robo-signing scandal, how will it affect the big banks? [CNBC] and [Daily Finance]
16. Underwater mortgages don’t always lead to defaults: report [CNBC]
17. And Obama warns lenders about the dangers of a widespread foreclosure moratorium [Housing Watch]
18. While the mortgage mess draws in foreclosure lawyers [NYT]
19. A summary of foreclosure paperwork problems [Crain’s]
20. And CEO of Fusion IQ, Barry Ritholtz, says foreclosure process is rife with fraud [Yahoo]

 

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