First look at Sept. 11 memorial, U.S. property taxes rising … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 05, 2011 05:30 PM

1. First look at Sept. 11 memorial and museum [Curbed]
2. The story behind the rebuilding of Ground Zero [BusinessWeek]
3. Millennium Hotel sues WTC developer because of construction noise [NYDN]
4. BofA says loan payback may exceed previous estimate

5. AARP files another reverse mortgage suit

6. Fannie Mae second-quarter loss widens

7. America’s 10 sickest housing markets

8. Property taxes rising nationwide [Time]
9. Malls incorporating more startups

10. Brooklyn coming to Hudson Valley

11. Low mortgage rates not helping market

12. Chinatown community wants bikers off Kim Lau Square [Downtown Express]
13. Helping the ‘Bachelorette’ find an apartment in NYC [Hollywoodlife]
14. Samuel Peabody leaving Fifth Avenue duplex

15. A New York brownstone as a dollhouse in Atlanta

16. Teen photographer is avid New York architecture photographer

17. New retail on Thor property on Coney Island

18. Courtesy is key in home sales

19. Reconstruction ahead for Squibb playground in Brooklyn Heights
[Brooklyn Eagle]

20. Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation issues RFP

21. Manhattan neighborhoods in six words or less

22. Affordable housing developer renovating foreclosed homes in
New Haven


23. Court injunction for Gilt City’s Hamptons venture

24. Gatsby returns to Long Island in modern form

25. East 25th Street in Flatbush greenest block in Brooklyn
[Brooklyn Daily]

26. New Italian restaurant “Sauce” coming to East Village
[The Local]

27. Blogger agrees to stop stalking Steve Buscemi’s Park Slope stoop [Gothamist]

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