WTC retail expected to open by Thanksgiving 2014 … and more

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Nov.November 24, 2010 03:30 PM

1. Developer of Domino project in Williamsburg may be out of funds [L Magazine] 

2. As banking industry grows stronger, small banks are missing out on recovery: FDIC [HuffPo] 

3. Freddie Mac survey shows that 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rates increase for fourth consecutive week [Housingwire] 

4. Plans to redesign traditional townhouse in Tribeca face opposition from landmarks committee [WSJ] 

5. Co-op City recommends that board member surrender new townhouse over charges of favoritism [NYDN]
6. Construction officials grant zoning waiver for Green Church school in Bay Ridge [Brooklyn Paper] 

7. Future of retail at WTC remains uncertain, but expected to open by Thanksgiving 2014 [Post] 

8. City orders Chelsea developer to tear down illegal penthouse from Underground Railroad building [DNAinfo] 

9. A sneak peek into the Eventi plaza’s fountain and light show [Curbed] 

10. Billionaire investor Ira Rennert’s daughters sell off Park Avenue apartments
[WSJ] 

11. Scratchbread opening later today in Bed-Stuy with Thanksgiving menu [Brownstoner]
12. Lender Processing Services says foreclosure inventories reached all time high in October
[National Mortgage News]

13. Financial tech firm SS&C Technologies signs 26,000 square feet at 675 Third Avenue, more than doubling its space [NYO] 

14. A roundup of restaurants opening in New York City [NYT] 

15. WSJ writer’s mom always picks her apartment based on views of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade [WSJ]


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