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

New York /
Aug.August 22, 2011 05:18 PM

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

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

4. Zuckerman says double-dip recession is inevitable
[FT]

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

6. Real estate agents challenging new QRM rules
[Inman]

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

8. Portion of Wikileaks BofA material has been destroyed
[Reuters]

9. Chelsea homeless shelter slated to open today
[DNAinfo]

10. LES block to have white roofs for energy conservation
[Crain’s]

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

12. Fake East Village real estate agent arrested
[Post]

13. Momofuku bar coming to UWS
[Westside Rag]

14. Guerilla artist creates mural at Chambers Street construction site
[DNAinfo]

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

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

17. Harlem storefront collapses
[DNAinfo]

18. UWS skyscraper on new stamp
[Gothamist]

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
[NYT]

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

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

26. Former Riverdale biscuit factory to become retail center
[REW]

27. Apple moves against fake stores in Flushing
[Reuters]


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