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
[WSJ]

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
[NYT]

5. Commercial mortgage-backed securities revival uncertain
[WSJ]

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

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


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

9. Bronx politicians upset over post office closures
[Post]

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

11. Classic New York diners getting modern makeover
[NYPost]

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

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

14. Residents brainstorm transformation of derelict Murray Hill pier
[DNAinfo]

15. East Village park invaded by rats
[NY1]

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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