Marc Ecko puts HQ on the market, Sloane Mansion taken off the market … and more

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1. Mark Ecko puts his West 23rd Street headquarters on the market [Crain’s]
2. The Sloane Mansion, New York’s priciest unit, is taken off the market [NYO]
3. Average daily rate for a New York hotel room falls again for last week of June [Newyorkology]
4. Retail chains are demanding rental cuts [WSJ]
5. SL Green shares have fallen 30 percent since June [The Stock Masters]
6. How to correspond with Bernard Madoff in prison [Palm Beach Daily News]
7. Option adjustable-rate mortgages generating more delinquencies and foreclosures than subprime loans [WSJ]
8. Mortgage servicers to meet in Washington July 28 [NYT]
9. U.S. Senate committee allocates $9.6 million more for drywall investigation [Palm Beach Post]
10. Apollo Global Management plans to raise money through public offering of commercial property investment fund shares [Bloomberg]
11. Commercial loan delinquencies skyrocket in June [NYO]
12. Donald Trump criticizes writer Kurt Andersen [Post]