The Real Deal New York

Court debates defamation case against TREGNY … and more

May 02, 2011 05:24PM

1. Brooklyn Heights’ 24 Remsen Street hits the market for $14M

2. SL Green Realty sees modest rise in 2010 bonuses

3. Commercial real estate sector unsupportive of Donald Trump‘s possible presidental bid
[LA Times]

4. Court debates renewal of broker defamation claim against the Real Estate Group of New York

5. New owners of Moe’s in Fort Greene promise the bar will remain a neighborhood joint
[Brooklyn Paper]

6. The Bowery’s Amato Opera finally dismantles old sets
[Michael Maren]

7. UWS Duane Reade will remove bright disco sign in response to protests

8. Gowanus nursery reopens at the corner of Carroll Gardens and Van Brunt


9. U.S. Commerce Department says construction spending rose 1.4 percent between February and March
[The Street]

10. Financial depressions may be predicted

11. Jennifer Aniston is buying not two, but three apartments in pre-war West Village building

12. Secondary market investors push for new second-lien standards
[National Mortgage News]

13. Astronauts can get mortgages with no money down
[The Truth about Mortgage]

14. A 2001 decision by the Congressional Budget Office sparked the financial crisis
[Washington Post]

15. CEO of Mortgage Bankers Association calls on industry to own up to mistakes

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