Unions call truce at 7 WTC, philanthropist sells Fifth Avenue pad … and more

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1. Will lawsuits against mortgage servicers cramp lending?
[WSJ]

2. Ironworkers and carpenters call truce at 7 World Trade Center
[NYO]

3. Developer Larry Silverstein talks about Sept. 11, 2001
[Post]

4. Philanthropist Edward Evans sells Fifth Avenue pad for $6.8M
[NYO]

5. City seeks out new advertising agency to create some New York buzz
[Crain’s]

6. Carlyle trails Blackstone in race by private equity firms to diversify
[Bloomberg]

7. Three break-ins in the same Brooklyn Heights building
[Post]

8. The New York condo boom was largely a product of World Trade Center attacks
[NYO]

9. Delay in student housing assignments leaves NYU students starting the semester in a Midtown hotel
[DNAinfo]

10. Hedge funder Philip Falcone’s Sag Harbor villa unveiled
[WSJ]

11. The Corcoran Group gets a YouTube channel
[Curbed]

12. Lower Manhattan still has a long way to go to, residents say [DNAinfo]

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