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

July 11, 2011 05:23PM

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

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
[Post]

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

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
[WSJ]

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
[Curbed]

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