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

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
[Bloomberg]

5. AARP files another reverse mortgage suit
[NYT]

6. Fannie Mae second-quarter loss widens
[RTT]

7. America’s 10 sickest housing markets
[MSNBC]

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

10. Brooklyn coming to Hudson Valley
[NYT]

11. Low mortgage rates not helping market
[WSJ]

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
[NYO]

15. A New York brownstone as a dollhouse in Atlanta
[Brownstoner]

16. Teen photographer is avid New York architecture photographer
[NYDN]

17. New retail on Thor property on Coney Island
[Brownstoner]

18. Courtesy is key in home sales
[NYT]

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

20. Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation issues RFP
[Curbed]

21. Manhattan neighborhoods in six words or less
[Thoughtcatalog]

22. Affordable housing developer renovating foreclosed homes in
New Haven

[NYT]

23. Court injunction for Gilt City’s Hamptons venture
[Curbed]

24. Gatsby returns to Long Island in modern form
[NYT]

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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