Sutton and SL Green close on 1552 Broadway, city beaches improve … and more

New York /
Aug.August 23, 2011 08:23 AM

1. Jeff Sutton and SL Green close on 1552 Broadway [Post]
2. Treasuries stop declining before report on U.S. home sales in July
[Bloomberg]

3. Perhaps the Port Authority should sell the WTC
[Post]

4. Woman who fought Long Island nuclear plant dies at 60
[NYT]

5. Freddie Mac warns real estate agents of short sale fraud
[Housing Wire]

6. Animated trailer released for the Hunters Point South megaproject
[Curbed]

7. Finding the loudest place in the city
[WSJ]

8. Cyndi Lauper’s LGBT house in Harlem to open Sept. 1
[DNAinfo]

9. Designer Tory Burch adds 26,000 square feet at 11 West 19th Street
[Post, 3rd item]

10. Ashley Olsen checks out NYC apartments, again 
[Celebrity Gossip]

11. Insurance company expands to 32,000 square feet at 7 World Trade Center
[Post, 4th item]

12. City beaches have improved since 2007: report
[NYT]

13. Refinancing rates are rising as interest rates remain low
[Litchfield County Times]

14. Toll Brothers expected to announce second-quarter profits
[MSNBC]

15. Construction nears completion at 137 Fifth Avenue
[Here Park Slope]

16. Donald Trump weighs in on Libyan unrest
[Think Progress]

17. Neighbors see activity at 525 Clinton Avenue, where construction worker died in 2008
[NYT]

18. Queens residents question dash in postal addresses [NYDN]
19. Folk Art Museum could close permanently
[NYT]

20. Merged Brooklyn bank has expansion plans
[Brooklyn Eagle]

21. Ozzie’s Coffee closing in Park Slope
[Brooklyn Paper]

22. Touring fashion designer Nanette Lepore’s home in Amagansett
[Plum Hamptons]

23. Gwyneth Paltrow doesn’t want strangers to know where she lives in Hamptons [US Weekly]


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