Aqueduct racino slots generates most revenue in U.S., ‘Squid and the Whale’ townhouse in Park Slope hits market … and more

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Jun.June 19, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Aqueduct racino generates $57.5M in May slots, tops in the nation [NYDN]
2. Warren Buffet continues maneuvering for control of Ally’s bankrupt residential mortgage unit [Post]
3. Park Slope townhouse featured on “The Squid and the Whale” hits market for $3.45M [WSJ]
4. New Yorkers better get used to bed bugs — they’re here to stay [Brooklyn Paper]
5. Items from Mickey Mantle’s CPS restaurant will be auctioned off next week [Post]
6. Fed bust gang in Mott Haven projects [NYDN]
7. Touring Rat Island and reviewing its history with the ex-PA engineer who paid $176,000 for it [Post]
8. Pelham Parkway Houses residents wants more security after murder of 88-year-old [NYDN]
9. A closer look at GSA’s 1 WTC lease still doesn’t reveal what exactly the agency will pay [Post, 3rd item]
10. H Mart to replace shuttered Waldbaums in Bayside [NYDN]
11. Ahead of today’s report, housing starts probably increased in May [Bloomberg]
12. Biker gang in East Williamsburg building says it was helping landlord keep out Occupy Wall Street squatters [Post]
13. Why your bank wants you to refinance your mortgage [Businessweek]

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