Barclays hires two former Lehman execs, Jimmy Fallon buys Hamptons farmhouse … and more

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Jun.June 23, 2011 05:01 PM

1. Barclays hires two former Lehman execs to expand CMBS exposure
[Crain’s]

2. While developers elsewhere in the US hold off on office construction, Manhattan is the exception
[NYO]

3. Though mortgage default rates are dropping, the US housing market has a long way to go
[WSJ]

4. Protesters rally against charter school on Sunset Park High School campus
[Brooklyn Eagle]

5. Despite plummeting profits, home builder Lennar finds comfort in knowing demand will come once prices stabilize
[WSJ]

6. Jimmy Fallon buys Sagaponack farmhouse for $7.5M
[Curbed]

7. Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, some experts believe the US actually has a housing shortage
[Infrastructurist]

8. Manhattan’s Village rooftops are showing some green
[NYT]

9. Curtain ablaze in Courtney Love’s West 10th street apartment prompts 911 call
[Post]

10. 105-unit Dumbo development launched in May at 25 Washington Street is more than 50 percent leased [Brownstoner]
11. Homeowners are better off when banks provide a single point of contact [HuffPo]
12. Duane Reade takes two floors in the Laureate on the UWS [West Side Rag]
13. A simple, but surehanded guide to Brooklyn’s housing market [Curbed]


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