Court debates defamation case against TREGNY … and more

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May.May 02, 2011 05:24 PM

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

2. SL Green Realty sees modest rise in 2010 bonuses
[Crain’s]

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
[NYT]

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
[Gothamist]

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

[Brownstoner]

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

10. Financial depressions may be predicted
[NYT]

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

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
[WSJ]


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