Silverstein, Related made offers for Domino Sugar factory, renewed concerns for Macerich’s Atlas Mall plans … and more

TRD New York /
Jun.June 12, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Silverstein, Related both made offers to buy the Domino Sugar factory site [NYO]
2. Dressed as cowboys, Wells Fargo urges mortgage lending employees to lasso in larger share of market [Bloomberg]
3. Meanwhile, Buffett maneuvers to buy Ally’s residential mortgage unit out of bankruptcy [Post]
4. Daytime stick-up at Atlas Mall confirms skepticism of Macerich’s plans to lure business [NYDN]
5. Williamsburg residents learn perils of sharing building with popular gym [Brooklyn Paper]
6. Where tech industry thrives, multi-million dollar listings multiply [WSJ]
7. Home price collapse erased 39 percent, or 18 years worth of gains, of U.S. household wealth [Bloomberg]
8. Mayor Bloomberg looks to privatize city parking meters [Post]
9. Ahead of Shaoul’s redevelopment, Cabrini finalizes accommodations for patients [Local EV]
10. Hiring is on the rise this summer in New York [Post]
11. A guide to Fort Wadsworth section of Staten Island [NYDN]
12. Number of homes for sale in a given area shrinks as negative equity rises [WSJ]


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