JPMorgan admits to overcharging military families for mortgages … and more

New York /
Jan.January 18, 2011 05:08 PM

1. JPMorgan Chase admits to overcharging several thousand military families for mortgages [MSNBC] 

2. Opposition growing for proposed 11-story hotel adjacent to Grand Prospect Hall [Brownstoner] 

3. NYC landlords will likely never get back rent from Off Track Betting [AM NY] 

4. Vogue magazine editor Lauren Santo Domingo showcases her Flatiron loft on magazine’s website [Curbed]

5. Is now a good time to buy a retirement home? [WSJ]
6. Owner of Hotel Chantelle cocktail lounge on Ludlow Street to expand operation to serve French cuisine [Gothamist] 

7. Newmark Knight Frank broker Neal Golden wins awards for “Broker of the Year” and “Office Transaction of the Year” [NYO] 

8. Steiner Studios in Brooklyn completes $90.5 million financing for expansion [WSJ] 

9. Behind the investment philosophy of Madison Internationl Realty President Ronald Dickerman [NYO] 

10. One of last remaining Harlem newsstands on West 148th Street is demolished [Harlem Bespoke] 

11.Chuck Schumer criticizes NJ Gov. Christie for killingtunnel plan[NYO]
12. Alexander McQueen clothing store in the Meatpacking District to expand with another NYC location [Racked]

13. Huffington Post is moving to Mattel building, at 675 Sixth Avenue, in May [NYO] 

14. After 15 years, UWS’ City Grill closes, to be replaced by Columbus Tavern [Grub Street]


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