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

August 23, 2011 08:23AM

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

3. Perhaps the Port Authority should sell the WTC

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

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

6. Animated trailer released for the Hunters Point South megaproject

7. Finding the loudest place in the city

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

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

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

14. Toll Brothers expected to announce second-quarter profits

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

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

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]