Ratner will make prefab decision at AY this year, revenge motivated Barbara Corcoran’s career … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 05, 2011 08:30 AM

1. By the end of the year, Ratner will decide whether to go prefab at Atlantic Yards
[NYO]

2. City officials celebrate opening of new field house and basketball courts at Coney Island
[Post]

3. BofA, 12 other banks, accused in lawsuit of charging veterans illegal fees for refinancings
[Bloomberg]

4. CVS leases long-vacant space at 38th Street and Fifth Avenue
[Post, 2nd item]

5. Map shows loan-to-value ratio of homes in each state
[WSJ]

6. Amy’s Bread downsizes in Chelsea Market, expands wholesale bakery in LIC
[Post, 4th item]

7. Lawyer ditches Faye Dunaway in Manhattan Housing Court fight
[Post]

8. How revenge inspired Barbara Corcoran’s business career
[Inc]

9. Morgan Stanley’s big bet on Ukraine farmland doomed bank before bailout
[Bloomberg]

10. Trader Joe’s opens Friday on Staten Island
[NYDN]

11. American Institute of Architects opens expanded space in Greenwich Village
[NYT]

12. Americans continue to get more skeptical about benefits of owning a home
[WSJ]

13. Endurance Capital leaves Chrysler Building, subleases space at 750 Third Avenue
[Post, 3rd item]

14. Lost employment from housing crash continues to drag recovery
[WSJ]

15. MERS, banks win dismissal in lawsuit against mortgage registry [Bloomberg]


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