East Village real estate scammer busted, an interactive look at Hudson Yards … and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 25, 2011 05:31 PM

1. Real estate scammer busted for trying to sell occupied East Village apartment [Post]

2. An interactive look at the Hudson Yards West Side development [DNAinfo]

3. Credit Suisse fraudster’s Fifth Avenue condo hits the block [Curbed]

4. Hamptons day camp developer files defamation suit against critics of the project [27east]

5. Francois Payard bakery in Battery Park City delayed by landlord Goldman Sachs [DNAinfo]

6. Jehovah’s witnesses will not be moving from Brooklyn Heights any time soon [Brooklyn Eagle]

7. Residents of Bronx cliff-top co-op still cannot go home after Irene landslide [NYT]

8. Zuccotti Park green market forced out by Occupy Wall Street [DNAinfo]

9. Barclays Center construction continues with the addition of the roof [Curbed]

10. Losses on CRE loans affect all asset classes [NYO]

11. Rubicon Property President Jason Haber finds a greater purpose in his work [West Side Spirit]

12. DOB takes to the schools to teach kids about architecture [DNAinfo]

13. Barbie is shacking up with Bob the Builder [Post]

14. Community economic initiative to revitalize acres of contaminated land in Flushing [Queens Courier]

15. Regional lenders grab veteran talent in push for business
[WSJ]

16. Salman Rushdie urges Cooper Union to keep St. Marks Bookshop [DNAinfo]

17. Government’s latest move to bolster housing marks yet another transfer from savers to borrowers
[WSJ]

18. Robert Redford lists Connecticut pad for $1.3M [Zillow]

19. Condo owner at 259 Bowery sells unit to banker [Bowery Boogie]


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