Jersey Shore could film in Jersey City, Brookfield shopping for distressed debt in London … and more

TRD New York /
Jan.January 17, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Jersey Shore looking to Jersey City for locations to film [Post]
2. Brookfield shopping for distressed debt in London [Bloomberg]
3. Talking construction with the head of MTA capital projects [Txchnologist]
4. Seth Pinsky’s wife on her role at REBNY [NYO]
5. Trump finally gets authentic Scottish coat of arms [Post]
6. Yale economist Robert Shiller on how we failed to foresee the housing bubble [Motley Fool]
7. Hell’s Kitchen residents feel their nabe has become a den of drunken tomfoolery [DNAinfo]
8. Soho loft belonging to interior design duo Roman and Williams gets $200K price chop [Curbed]
9. Barbara Corcoran dishes on how she motivates her staff [Inc.]
10. Wine shop with massive selection premieres in Battery Park City [NYT]
11. Disney store in Queens to become “interactive” [Crain’s]
12. UWS residents to weigh in on zoning meant to protect mom-and-pop stores [DNAinfo]
13. Fannie Mae extends forebearance period for the unemployed [Certified Distressed Property Expert]
14. Pam Liebman’s humanitarian pursuits [NYO]
15. Births in Lower Manhattan increased by 12 percent in 2010 [DNAinfo]

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