Vornado’s expanded Queens shopping mall has yet to sign first-floor tenants, apartment renters still prefer checks over online payments … and more

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1. Vornado’s expanded Queens shopping mall has yet to sign first-floor tenants [NYDN]
2. High rent leads East Village’s the Pizza Shop to shutter [EV Grieve]
3. Non-profit may help Cobble Hill school get new gymnasium [Brooklyn Paper]
4. Apartment renters still prefer checks over online payments, survey says [National Real Estate Investor]
5. Homebuyer tax credit beneficiaries may owe hundreds to the government after withholding problems [AP via MSNBC]
6. Regional banks more vulnerable to commercial real estate losses [Reuters]
7. In two months, Starwood Property completes $144M in deals [Bloomberg]
8. First-time homebuyer tax credit vulnerable to fraud [Bigger Pockets]
9. FHA using 2006-level prices to set loan limits [National Mortgage News]
10. Dudley: Fed could be “lender of last resort” to some firms [Bloomberg]
11. India’s leading fashion retailer comes to Madison Avenue [Post, 2nd item]
12. Home Depot beats estimates, posts third-quarter profit [Bloomberg]

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