BofA finally admits errors in foreclosure paperwork, Freddy’s Bar finds a new home … and more

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Oct.October 25, 2010 08:00 AM

1. A Fulton Street renaissance? [WSJ]
2. Suffolk County residents campaign against local mosque expansion plan [Post]
3. Second phase of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer’s new UES facility nears completion [WSJ]

4. BofA finally admits it found errors in foreclosure paperwork [NYT]
5. Meanwhile, the bank is still resistant to short sales as foreclosures start up again [NYT]

6. Deutsche Bank building to be completely gone by the end of the year [Post]
7. New Goldman Sachs-financed affordable housing building to break ground today in Bed Stuy [Curbed, 1st item]
8. Municipal Art Society member dubs 35th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues “Midtown’s ugliest block” [NYDN]
9. Prominent NYC doctor facing eviction for noisy parties at $12,000-a-month Flatiron loft [Post]

10. GreenbergFarrow reinvents the NYC retail center with somewhat unexpected success [Crain’s]
11. Some NYC apartment sales guided not by values but by numerology [NYT]
12. Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani rushed City Hall fencing job to accommodate Yankee parades, new suit charges [Post]
13. Children’s theater group negotiating for Bleecker Street space after eviction of former operators [Crain’s]
14. Spotlight on Brooklyn’s Columbia Street Waterfront District, a new developer favorite [NYT]
15. Southampton winter poised to be particularly tough for retailers this year [WSJ]
16. How “no cost” loans cost borrowers in the long run [NYT]

17. Landmark Kings Plaza Diner in Brooklyn shutters after 35 years [NYDN]
18. Self-publishing company sets up Soho pop-up shop [NYT]
19. Councilman Vincent Gentile launches campaign against proliferation of NYC hookah bars [NYDN]
20. The building of Central Park West’s many institutions [NYT]
21. Former Atlantic Yards holdout Freddy’s Bar finds new home on Gowanus-Park Slope border [NYO]
22. Connecticut home builders market money-saving aspect of energy efficiency [NYT]
23. On NYC’s revitalized streets, Elliman’s Consolo says “fashion follows food” [Crain’s]
24. NJ home values would increase by $19K if they’re within two miles of a NJ-Manhattan tunnel [NYT]

 

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