Puck Building loses crown, HUD completes probe of robo-signing … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 02, 2011 04:12 PM

1. Opponents of Lower Manhattan mosque plan to hold alternative
9/11 ceremony
[PolitickerNY]

2. National rental market is booming
[CNN Money]

3. Department of Housing and Urban Development has completed
probe of robo-signing

[American Banker]

4. Deputy mayor resigned because of domestic violence arrest,
not to pursue “private-sector opportunities in infrastructure finance”

[NYT]

5. Singing Second Avenue Subway construction worker sings last song
[Post]

6. Puck Building loses crown
[NYT]

7. Cursed Chelsea restaurant location now involved in legal
dispute between co-owners
[NYDN]

8. $90M UES mansion off rental market
[Curbed]

9. Neglected LES building at Grand and Orchard streets sells
[The Lo-Down]

10. The Jewish history of the Bialystocker nursing home
[The Forward]

11. Demolition of 403 Greenwich in Tribeca to be decided
[Curbed]

12. Story behind foreclosure of 5 Franklin Place
[NYT]

13. Queens city council member wants Con Ed to bury power lines
in wake of Irene

[NYDN]

14. The controversy behind Brooklyn Bridge Park
[Capital New York]

15. $1M Dumbo condo now on the market
[NYO]

17. Bottled Brooklyn dirt for sale
[Our Town]

18. Property for sale from Hamptons tenants who didn’t pay rent
[Curbed]

19. Centuries-old manor in Upstate NY severely damaged by Hurricane Irene
[NYT]


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