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

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”


5. Singing Second Avenue Subway construction worker sings last song

6. Puck Building loses crown

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

8. $90M UES mansion off rental market

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

12. Story behind foreclosure of 5 Franklin Place

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


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

15. $1M Dumbo condo now on the market

17. Bottled Brooklyn dirt for sale
[Our Town]

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

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

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