Hudson Yards clash … and more 

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  • 1. The cause of profit and the public good clash at Hudson Yards [NYT] and [NYT]
  • 2. Protesters opposed to the Federal Reserve’s Bear Stearns bailout stormed the investment bank’s Manhattan headquarters, demanding assistance for homeowners [Reuters via Yahoo]
  • 3. A former Co-op City board president gets six months in prison for accepting $10,000 in kickbacks [NYDN]
  • 4. New York City will suffer if it can’t house its students, researchers, professors, and medical residents, experts say [Sun]
  • 5. New government mortgage program called “useless” [Sun]
  • 6. Seller’s remorse is rarer than buyer’s remorse, but lingers longer
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  • 7. Mary J. Blige paid $12.3 million in cash for a Saddle River, N.J., mansion [NYDN]
  • 8. About 1,500 immigrant New Yorkers marched yesterday against construction accidents and lack of access to housing, among other things [NYT]
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