Charges against construction workers in Deutsche Bank fire stand … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 22, 2010 05:00 PM

1. Charges against construction workers in Deutsche Bank fire stand [NY1]
2. Goldman Sachs selling three NYC hotels [Crain’s] 
3. Long Island woman files bedbug suit against the Waldorf Astoria [Post]
4. A closer look at the Arris Lofts conversion in Long Island City [NYDN]
5. Greenwich Village townhouse sells in three minutes for $6.6 million at auction [Malcolm Carter]
6. Landmarks Commission sends 414 Waverly Place in Clinton Hill back to drawing board [Brownstoner]
7. State unemployment rates doesn’t change much from August to September [Calculated Risk]
8. Ian Schrager’s in-laws buy place near his 40 Bond Street penthouse [Curbed]
9. Landlords fear disabilities-discrimination settlement could mean they have to make big changes [WSJ]
10. HSBC is marketing servicing portfolio as a stand-alone asset [National Mortgage News]
11. Whitney Museum’s UES brownstones officially close for $95M [Curbed]
12. Firm hired to evaluate alternative park funding for Brooklyn Bridge Park [Post]
13. BlackRock recruits investors to buy part of BofA money management company if bank sells 
[Fox Business]
14. Auto salvage business first to take buyout at Queens’ Iron Triange [Curbed]
15. Taxpayers may face $400B bill to bail out Fannie and Freddie by 2013 [Post]


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