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Union contracts go down to the wire … and more

June 30, 2011 08:12AM

1. Union contracts down to the wire for crane operators, excavators and maintenance engineers
[WSJ]

2. Meanwhile, mason tenders reach agreement with Contractors Association
[Crain’s]

3. MetLife replaces BofA in mortgage distribution deal for younger borrowers
[Bloomberg News]

4. Conde Nast selects Gensler to design 1 WTC office
[Curbed]

5. Emmy winner Neil Patrick Harris lives in a modest Harlem rental
[Post, 4th item]

6. Pending sales of U.S. homes jump by 8.2 percent [Bloomberg News]
7. Jerry Seinfeld checks out an UES townhouse
[Post, 1st item]

8. Summer Streets make a comeback [NYDN]
9. Owning a home remains central to Americans’ sense of well-being
[NYT]

10. KB Home takes major tumble in New York trading
[Bloomberg News]

11. Hotel heir Alexander Tisch buys co-op at 640 Park Avenue
[Post, 3rd item]


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