Tishman exec talks about 1 and 3 WTC, construction halted at Connecticut Moses Wheeler Bridge … and more

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Apr.April 18, 2012 05:00 PM

1. Tishman exec talks about 1 and 3 World Trade Center [WSJ]
2. Construction halted at Connecticut Moses Wheeler Bridge following four safety incidents, including crane collapse last Saturday  [Connecticut Post via ENR New York]
3. 85 days after Pres. Obama announced new mortgage fraud task force, nothing really happens [NYDN]
4. Pols write letters to Geithner criticizing Obama’s plan to encourage Fannie, Freddie Mac to reduce borrowers’ loan balances [WSJ]
5. Yes, there are still Blockbuster stores, but more could shutter [GlobeSt]
6. Fire Island-inspired Revive Spa at Out NYC hotel gets finishing touches [HotelChatter]
7. Prosecutors at Colombo boss Thomas “Tommy Shots” Gioeli trial explain why bodies of two mobsters were never found: allegedly buried under LI buildings [Post]
8. BGC’s Howard Lutnick and the challenges he faces with Grubb purchase [WSJ]
9. Shopping center operator Westfield will sell seven U.S. malls to Starwood, one to undisclosed buyer [Bloomberg]
10. One week after a Norman Jaffe home re-enters market for $30M, another one hits market for $24M [Curbed]
11. Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit lists Greenwich, Conn. home for $4.3M [Bloomberg]
12. A look at ING’s growth inside 230 Park Avenue [NYO]
13. Director of New Museum lists Tribeca loft for $2.5M [Curbed]
14. Textile designer Shelley Goldberg and Headspace founder husband purchase condo at 240 Carroll Street in Brooklyn for $2.27M [NYO]
15. What you need to know about speed roomating [Brick Underground]


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