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

3. Have foreclosures hit their peak?

4. Investors can fix the housing market

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

6. Nanny plans to review every Manhattan playground

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 Las Vegas 30 Rock jumper was upset about unpublished book

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

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

11. Walmart funding Jamaica Bay clean up

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

13. World’s smallest brewery opens on Coney Island

14. Chinatown residents sue landlord over fire

15. Swig Equities appoints William Hodel as property manager

16. Gilt City Hamptons House moves to Bridgehampton

17. Luxury urgent care center opening near WTC

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