AG probing three ratings agencies on mortgage bonds, latest condo amenity: a doctor … and more

TRD New York /
Feb.February 08, 2013 05:00 PM

1. New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman probing three ratings agencies over mortgage bond ratings issued prior to Lehman crash [Reuters]
2. Latest condo amenity: the in-house doctor [NYT]
3. Brown Harris Stevens survey says Americans would rather drink spoiled milk than move [LAT]
4. Foundation laid at 400 Park Avenue South [Curbed]
5. Map shows Manhattan by education level [Business Insider]
6. And, with Nemo descending, map shows New York City snow plow routes [Atlantic Cities]
7. Sullivan Street site, the locus of a protracted rezoning battle, to get eight-story building with apartments and rec center [Curbed]
8. New York Post’s Steve Cuozzo says Manhattan Community Board 7’s “whining” over plans for new, more casual Tavern on the Green is “lunacy” [NYP]
9. Core broker Evan Greenberg behind production of Hair where actors pay to perform [NYT]
10. Interior spaces inspired by greenhouses [Curbed]
11. Buyer of 40 Bond Street townhouse attempts to flip it, relisting for almost $7 million, one year after buying it for $4.5 million [Curbed]
12. Lack of listings prompts brokers to extremes [NYT]


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