RE/MAX exec says mortgage mess could delay recovery … and more

October 20, 2010 05:00PM

1. Gene Kaufman-designed Sheraton Tribeca opens for guests, transforms Canal Street [Curbed] 

 

2. Con Edison is preserving the Brooklyn Dodger’s Wall of Fame near Gowanus [Post] 

3. Fashion designers protest vanishing jobs in Garment District [Crain’s] 

4. Clock tower crumbling at Landmarked City Court building in Tribeca [DNAinfo] 

5. Broker Jay Flagg joins Saunders & Associates, taking $16M Christie Brinkley Hamptons listing with him [Curbed] 

6. Mortgage mess could delay recovery: RE/MAX exec [Market Watch] 

7. Weekly wages rose 12 percent in Manhattan [Crain’s] 
8. Hip hop mogul Damon Dash’s duplex condo in Tribeca back on the market [Curbed]
9. Planet Fitness signs 15-year lease for 180,000 square feet at 490 Fulton Street [Crain’s]
10. Landmarks Preservation Commission denies application for food kiosk outside Guggenheim [Curbed] 

11. NYC ranks ninth on Forbes list of cities where it’s hardest to pay rent [Forbes] 

12. Chelsea Clinton’s Rhinebeck wedding venue featured in Ralph Lauren ad [Curbed]