Steve Jobs influences cityscape with glass cube, mortgage fraudster tries to kill man who testified against him … and more

October 07, 2011 08:29AM

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The Apple Store on Fifth Avenue

1. Steve Jobs had big influence on city landscape with glass cube
[WSJ]

2. Mortgage fraudster accused of putting hit on man who testified against him
[Post]

3. Developers see big need for rental units on Long Island
[NYT]

4. U.S. mall vacancy rate is highest in ten years
[Bloomberg News]

5. As name change shows, Brooklyn will be key to Nets marketing
[AdAge]

6. Geithner says a plan to help home owners refinance is on the way
[WSJ]

7. Queens museum considers selling roof space to advertisers to catch eye of plan passengers from LaGuardia
[NYDN]

8. Westchester brokerage offers mortgage help to facilitate deals
[NYT]

9. Noise complaints push Williamsburg concert series to Kent Avenue city-owned lot from East River Park
[Post]

10. State chooses Artemis Real Estate Partners to manage pension fund
[Bloomberg News]

11. Fragments of old Helen Hayes Theater on West 46th Street will be auctioned off
[NYT]

12. NYC apartments inspired by movie scenes
[NYDN]

13. Buyers need to be aware that planned construction nearby can affect property values
[NYT]

14. Advocates want redistricting in Queens to give voice to diverse population
[NYDN]

15. Propsect Park South is quiet but offers diversity in house styles, people
[NYT]