Home builder stocks fall, Federal Reserve issues enforcement order against Goldman Sachs … and more

New York /
Sep.September 06, 2011 05:27 PM

1. Exploring WTC site, 10 years later
[WSJ]

2. Home builder stocks fall, Goldman cuts back outlook
[MarketWatch]

3. Federal Reserve issues enforcement order against Goldman Sachs
[WSJ]

4. Mortage cap change will only affect a few states
[NYT]

5. Questions on FHFA mortgage lawsuit
[WSJ]

6. Century 21 flagship plans expansion
[Crain’s]

7. Construction of luxury apartments on First Avenue moves forward
[EV Grieve]

8. Hell’s Kitchen gay bar splits in half to open near schools
[DNAinfo]

9. Activists plan Arab Spring-inspired tent city by Wall Street
[CBS]

10. Protest in solidarity with affordable housing, social
justice demonstrations in Israel at Washington Square
[Haaretz]

11. Outrage over demolition of historic house on East 6th Street
[EV Grieve]

12. Flaming cactus comes to Cooper Square
[NYT]

13. Testing for toxins in schools still ongoing
[WNYC]

14. Refurbished Nolita townhouse on market for $16 million
[Curbed]

15. Sunnyside playground not attracting family friendly clientele
[Sunnyside Post]

16. Jane Walentas opens Brooklyn Bridge Park carousel
[Brooklyn Paper]

17. Monaco’s bakery opens in Bay Ridge
[NYDN]

18. Cobble Hill church conversion sells for $2.1M
[Curbed]

19. Stalled sites in hip Brooklyn coming back to life
[WSJ]


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