72 Berry sues over construction flaws, travel restrictions prevent Queens broker charged with fraud from closing deal … and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 29, 2011 05:05 PM

1. Condo board at 72 Berry sues developer over construction flaws
[Brownstoner]

2. Travel restrictions prevent Queens broker charged with fraud from closing deal
[Post]

3. UBS calls off talks to move to World Trade Center
[Reuters]

4. Upper floors now renting at New York by Gehry
[Curbed]

5. 340 Court Street on track for summer 2013 completion
[Brownstoner]

6. Anthropologie, Forever 21 among candidates for Time Warner Center’s Borders
[Twitter]

7. Albany hotel looks for tax breaks to fund $10 million renovation
[Times Union]

8. Building fashion competition finds home in Tribeca
[Curbed]

9. Mortgage rates show little change in past week: Freddie Mac
[WSJ]

10. Restaurant Le Bernardin closing Sunday until September for renovations
[Crain’s]

11. Census shows city inching closer to racial equilibrium [NYT]
12. Police shut down Southampton illegal share house
[Curbed]

13. New developments on the way for Soho’s Howard Street
[WSJ]

14. Sunflower Buttercups purchases apartment in Trump Tower
[NYO]

15. What the Met should do when it moves
[NYT]

16. Red tape still blocking Grand Prospect Hall hotel
[Brownstoner]

17. A look at the Cook house
[NYT]

18. Stocks rally for nation’s largest home builders
[WSJ]

19. Bunk beds, tepees and bees at a Montauk rental
[NYT]

20. LI waterfront properties face tough market
[NYT]


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