Google’s expansion shows NYC is ripe for tech growth, U.S. lenders work to reduce losses on boom-time condos … and more

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Feb.February 29, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Google’s rapid NYC hiring and growth shows city is not too expensive for tech firms to take root and expand [WSJ]
2. U.S. lenders cut prices, work to reduce losses on boom-time condo loans [Bloomberg]
3. New photos of underground progress at the Second Avenue Subway [Gothamist]
4. In trial, owner of UES crane relies on loophole to exonerate himself [Post]
5. Roundtable of top NYC architecture critics discuss their craft [IBTimes]
6. Worker on elevator that caused tragic death at 285 Madison Avenue is still repairing city’s elevators [Post]
7. For second time in two years, Bronx home gets hit by out-of-control car [NYT]
8. SEC tells Goldman, Wells Fargo it may enforce civil claims for mortgage-backed security sales [Bloomberg]
9. Fate of workers in soon-to-be-shuttered College Point mail facility is still uncertain [NYDN]
10. In support of turning the Tappan Zee bridge into a greenway [NYT]

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