Stribling to open office near Barclays Center, developer breaks ground on second East Side science tower … and more

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Oct.October 01, 2012 08:00 AM

1. Stribling to expand into Brooklyn, opening an office a stone’s throw from the Barclays Center [WSJ, 3rd item]
2. Stalled in downturn, developer breaks ground on second East Side science tower [WSJ]
3. Comptroller investigating ballooning bills and delays at Trump golf course [NYDN]
4. Fredrik Eklund of “Million Dollar Listing New York”: Being a younger brother in a big family taught me to negotiate [The Niche Report]
5. Citigroup CEO lists Greenwich, Conn. home for less than he paid for it [NYP]
6. More lenders will offer ‘deed for lease’ foreclosure alternatives [NYT]
7. Even City Council Speaker Christine Quinn can’t find enough closet space in Manhattan [NYT]
8. L.A. City Council approves NFL stadium plans [Bloomberg]
9.  In the run-up to the premiere of “666 Park,” attention turned to the real 666 Park Avenue [NYT]
10. Real estate listing errors bring lawsuits, hurt sales [Chicago Tribune]
11. Ohio’s ‘Main Street’ feels recession blues and changing tenants [NYT]
12. Park advocates spurn plans for new stadiums in Queens’ Flushing Meadow Corona Park [NYDN]
13. North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System struggles to make Lenox Hill Hospital profitable [Crain’s]
14. Sean Kingston ordered to pay $77,000 over trashed Miami mansion [TMZ]
15. Oracle’s Larry Ellison buys another Malibu beach house [LAT]
16. WTC and other construction site keys selling on eBay [NYP]
17. Bars boom near Barclays [NYDN]
18. 35 foreclosures in 41st most expensive zip code, TriBeCa, and other pricey neighborhoods seeing foreclosure [Forbes]
19. Riding the wave, Spiderman moves to Brooklyn [NYT]


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