9/11 memorial will open at all costs, Deustche to sell $685M of CMBS covering refinancing of Goldman’s hotel investments … and more

Jul.July 11, 2011 05:23 PM

1. Despite current appearance, withering donations, and funding questions, 9/11 memorial is determined to open on time

2. Looming tech IPOs bring managers from NYC and boost the Silicon Valley real estate market [Fortune]
3. Bowery Wine Company shutters giving way to Italian restaurateur’s project
[EV Grieve]

4. Warwick Hotel wants MTA to move bus stops to accommodate planned sidewalk cafe

5. As Quinn’s mayoral candidacy grows, the real estate industry hopes she pushes NYU expansion plans through

6. Largest LGBT synagogue purchases 15,000-square-foot commercial condo space near Penn Station for $7.1M [NYO]
7. Queens community board rejects a synagogue’s bid for more space citing lack of respect for neighborhood [QChron]
8. Deustche Bank will sell $685M of CMBS covering refinancing of Goldman’s hotel investments

9. Hare Krishnas vacate their Avenue B premises
[Bowery Boogie]

10. New wall at the north end of Battery Park City allows smartphone users to play music on the wall

11. DOB issued solar energy systems for just 75 NYC residential property owners in trailing 12 months [NYT]

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