Port Authority ruled not responsible for 1993 WTC bombing, Sam Zell says distressed deals are vastly overpriced … and more

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Sep.September 23, 2011 08:28 AM

1. Sam Zell says every distressed deal he’s seen has been overvalued by 25 to 40 percent
[Bloomberg News]

2. Port Authority ruled not responsible for 1993 WTC bombing

3. Housing lobby experiences rare defeat in new conforming loan limit

4. Across America it’s a tale of two housing markets

5. Brooklyn College breaks ground on new athletic facility [Post]
6. Chelsea’s Lukoil gas station repurposed into art gallery

7. Formerly positive, JPMorgan reverses course on construction sector

8. Inside ad agency Grey’s Madison Square Park offices
[Media Bistro]

9. What buyers should look for in lenders [NYT]
10. Groundbreaking for senior housing facility in Howard Beach, Queens slated for this fall
[Queens Chronicle]

11. In praise of Orchard Beach in the Bronx

12. Luxury NYC homes are still being flipped for quick profits

13. Neighbors urge reluctant Queens homeowner to remove felled tree from house [Post]
14. “Boardwalk Empire”-era Atlantic City still exists if you know where to look

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