BofA posts $8.8B 2Q losses, Zillow’s IPO to price today … and more

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1. BofA reports 2Q losses of $8.8 billion thanks to legal payments relating to mortgage division

2. Meanwhile, BofA CEO said bank may have to build its capital cushion [Bloomberg]
3. Zillow’s IPO to price today

4. Bloggers and techies are replacing young bankers as some of Manhattan’s biggest renters

5. Oppenheimer’s Broad Street lease proves the resiliency of downtown: broker
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6. Producer Charlie Corwin lists Chelsea apartment for $2.295M [NYDN]
7. 40 Worth Street reaches full occupancy
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8. Hines looks for equity partner to kick-start West 53rd Street tower [Post, 3rd item]
9. Westchester conservation group wins legal battle to keep Wolf Center by protected land [WSJ]
10. Rhapsody on Fifth finally sells out, condos trade for well below asking prices