Alleged NJ wife killer got apartment building share before murder, Schneiderman pressured over foreclosure settlement … and more 

August 22, 2011 05:18PM

1. Alleged New Jersey wife killer got $2 million share of
apartment building
before murder [Post]
2. Ways to lower property taxes

3. Chinese bank offers large number of loans and is profitable

4. Zuckerman says double-dip recession is inevitable

5. Commercial real estate prices rising worldwide
[Moscow Times]

6. Real estate agents challenging new QRM rules

7. AG Schneiderman facing pressure regarding his opposition to
foreclosure settlement deal

8. Portion of Wikileaks BofA material has been destroyed

9. Chelsea homeless shelter slated to open today

10. LES block to have white roofs for energy conservation

11. New protest to save Bialystoker nursing home planned tomorrow
[The Lo-Down]

12. Fake East Village real estate agent arrested

13. Momofuku bar coming to UWS
[Westside Rag]

14. Guerilla artist creates mural at Chambers Street construction site

15. EPA’s investigation of Second Avenue Subway could delay project

16. East Village IHOP will have 200 employees
[EV Grieve]

17. Harlem storefront collapses

18. UWS skyscraper on new stamp

19. East Harlem is Aging Improvement District [NYDN]
20. Sept. 11 memorial is unfortunate economic burden, Joe Nocera argues [NYT]
21. Duane Reade has reinvented itself with new flagship store [WSJ]
22. How to choose which subway line to live near

23. “Chic hotel” near Greenpoint Newtown Creek Wastewater
Treatment Center

24. Staten Island turns 350 years old today [NYO]
25. Ratner and Yormark meet with NHL about Barclays Center

26. Former Riverdale biscuit factory to become retail center

27. Apple moves against fake stores in Flushing