Republican running for Weiner’s seat airs ad criticizing Lower Manhattan mosque, mortgage rates continue to fall … and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 11, 2011 05:19 PM

1. Republican running for Weiner’s seat runs first TV ad hitting Democratic opponent and Obama on support for Lower Manhattan mosque
[Brooklyn Politics]

2. Mortgage rates continue decline
[WSJ]

3. Have foreclosures hit their peak?
[Bloomberg]

4. Investors can fix the housing market
[Atlantic]

5. Hotel Chelsea lobby has been stripped
[Hotel Chelsea blog]

6. Nanny plans to review every Manhattan playground
[NBC]

7. Las Vegas 30 Rock jumper was upset about unpublished book
[Gothamist]

8. Lesbian former employee sues People’s Choice Realty for sexual harrasment
[NYDN]

9. State Senator to investigate Peninsula Hospital closure [Yournabe]
10. Diego Beekman Houses tenants take fate into their own hands
[NYDN]

11. Walmart funding Jamaica Bay clean up
[Yournabe]

12. Queens residents give bank eviction notice
[Queens Courier]

13. World’s smallest brewery opens on Coney Island
[NY1]

14. Chinatown residents sue landlord over fire
[DNAinfo]

15. Swig Equities appoints William Hodel as property manager
[RealEstaterama]

16. Gilt City Hamptons House moves to Bridgehampton
[Curbed]

17. Luxury urgent care center opening near WTC
[DNAinfo]


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