Prudential finances 601 Lexington, Zuckerman calls Obama administration “anti-business” … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 02, 2011 08:17 AM

1. Prudential Mortgage Capital provides $200 million in financing for 601 Lexington Avenue
[Market Watch]

2. Mort Zuckeman calls the Obama administration “anti-business”
[CNBC]

3. Art dealer Maxwell Graham prepares for opening of Essex Street gallery
[NYO]

4. ‘Real Housewife’ Sonja Tremont-Morgan clings to Manhattan home amidst money troubles
[WSJ]

5. Three years after hitting the market, 448 of Sky View Park condos in Queens are unsold
[NYT]

6. Little evidence that Obama’s refinancing housing strategy will work
[Washington Times]

7. Bank of New York Mellon may trim real estate costs
[Business Week]

8. Former Harry Winston store at 56th Street and Fifth Avenue gets a clean up [NYT]
9. REITS hit by SEC review
[WSJ]

10. Turtle Bay video store fights for survival
[DNAinfo]

11. Second Avenue Subway construction causes rifts on the Upper East Side
[WSJ]

12. A Tribeca condo that takes storage space very seriously
[NYO]

13. CEO of Harlem’s Giscombe Realty Group talks leasing and development
[NYT]

14. Superfund classifies East Elmhurst dry-cleaner site a public health hazard
[Queens Chronicle]


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