Morgan Stanley to sell mortgage services arm, 1 WTC reaches 76 stories … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 03, 2011 05:28 PM

1. Morgan Stanley to sell Saxon Mortgage Services
[Post]

2. Mall owners using technology to attract visitors, track
consumer’s habits
[Bloomberg]

3. Unemployment rose in more than 90 U.S. cities in June
[AP via HuffPo]


4. Housing market rebound will take many months
[Money Morning]

5. Moody’s, Fitch maintain AAA rating for U.S.
[Daily Beast]

6. HUD might decrease loan limits for 669 counties
[Twitter]

7. General Growth to spin off 30 lower-quality malls
[WSJ]

8. CB1 publishes plan to keep affordable housing in Lower Manhattan
[Broadsheet Daily]

10. NY Islanders owner not giving up on Long Island
[CBS]

11. Upper East Siders protest newsstand
[Our Town]

12. 1 WTC at 76 stories
[Post]

13. Developers trying to bring Fifth Avenue luxury beyond 96th Street
[NYMag]

14. Parking lot closes ahead of George Washington bus terminal
renovation

[DNAinfo]

15. Small gyms in search of space
[NYT]

16. Forest Hills tennis club issues RFP
[WSJ]

17. New York City Center to reopen in October
[DNAinfo]

18. A list of the biggest hotel projects begun this year
[WSJ]

19. Mortgage interest deduction could be part of upcoming budget cuts
[McClatchy]

20. Union Avenue rental building in Williamsburg will have
concierge service
[Curbed]

21. Central Park Zoo peacock spends night on UES 5th Avenue
condo windowsill
[NYT]

22. Obama expects resolution of FAA shutdown that has delayed
construction by end of week
[WNYC]

23. Comparing the tallest buildings of the world
[Gizmodo]


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