Fannie and Freddie sue UBS, Wyoming ranch is America’s most expensive home … and more

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Jul.July 27, 2011 05:32 PM

1. Police arrest man who threatened window workers in Flatiron District [WNYC]

2. Fannie, Freddie sue UBS for $900 million

3. Even “TARP vote” and market crash might not force debt ceiling deal
[Business Insider]

4. Small business owners take advantage of weak real estate market

5. Commercial mortgage-backed securities revival uncertain

6. Robert Shiller and Jeremy Siegel debate how to clean up debt mess

7. Community Board 3 endorses East Village Historic District
[The Lo-Down]

8. Homeless shelter opens in Chelsea, protesters want City Council hearing

9. Bronx politicians upset over post office closures

10. “Gross” Midtown block getting a clean-up

11. Classic New York diners getting modern makeover

12. Hank’s bar in Brooklyn getting auctioned
[Brooklyn Paper]

13. Powerful property services union to endorse Rafael Espinal for State Senate

14. Residents brainstorm transformation of derelict Murray Hill pier

15. East Village park invaded by rats

16. NYC energy and water reports due Aug. 1
[Architect’s Paper]

17. New book to tell history of High Line [DNinfo]
18. Tracy Anderson aerobics coming to Hamptons [REW]
19. Current real estate market differs from bubble and post bubble period [NYO]
20. Rainbow appears over Gehry buildings [NYO]
21. Wyoming ranch is America’s most expensive home [Business Insider]
22. Manhattan’s commercial real estate market is divided into four classes [NYT]

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