Boxing comes to Racino, Ahmadinejad cleared to stay at Warwick Hotel … and more

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Sep.September 21, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Boxing comes to Aqueduct Racino [NYDN]
2. Iranian president‘s hotel stay cannot be seized by Israeli victim with $12M judgment against him: judge [NYDN]
3. Vandals scrawl anti-semitic rants on walls of UWS diner … owned by Italian American [Post]
4. “Real Housewife” Adrienne Maloof puts Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $26M [WSJ]
5. Online medical appointment scheduler ZocDoc inks lease for 27K feet at 568 Broadway [NYO]
6. An unlikely list: poshest section 8 homes [NYDN]
7. Five reasons why men build ever-taller towers, according to a shrink [NYO]
8. The facts on negative amortization loans [Forbes]
9. Brazil, seeing slow-down, calls QE3 “protectionist” [CNBC]
10. Queens historical society exhibit looks at borough’s cemeteries [NYDN]
11. Frank Lloyd Wright’s name frequently invoked to sell homes he did not design: Curbed [Curbed]
12. Passerby injured by construction at Vornado’s 220 Central Park South [WSJ]
13. Breakdown of Trulia’s IPO [Inman News]
14. City launches anti-iPhone theft campaign as most recent model launches [Post]


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