Smartphone app gives bathroom access in strangers’ homes, more and more foreign-owned restaurants … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 08, 2011 05:26 PM

1. Smartphone app gives bathroom access in strangers’ homes

2. More and more foreign-owned restaurants

3. Hovnanian minimizes loss

4. Freddie Mac not planning discount sales
[American Banker]

5. Hartz purchases stake in Roseland

6. Looking back at development of 9/11 memorial
[Architect’s Paper]

7. A detailed look at the engineering of WTC

8. Jonathan Miller looks at Manhattan’s housing market after 9/11 and Lehman

9. Alison 18 restaurant opening up near Union Square in November

10. Midtown fighting for business with downtown [amNY]
11. No changes to waterfront development due to flooding, Bloomberg says

12. Why a doorman is necessary

13. DSK overpaid for his Tribeca apartment

14. Experiencing the Apthorp

15. Axor opens first Manhattan showroom

16. 525 Clinton Avenue in Clinton Hill getting foreclosure auction

17. Clash in Sunnyside between immigrant groups and liberal
newcomers over gay marriage

18. Ratings agency downgrades MTA, cites capital needs

19. Parkway residents in Jamaica protest fees
[Queen’s Chronicle]

20. Tour of Greenpoint’s “kooky” discount district

21. Prudential Douglas Elliman continues to expand in Westchester [Crain’s]
22. Restored Hamilton Grange having grand opening Sept. 17

23. “El Bloombito” creator on Twitter looking to move

24. Voters to approve Amagansett fire district purchase of former Pacific
East property in Hamptons [Patch]

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