Morning Links: Mortgage Fight at Union Square W; Remembering Downtown’s Arab Neighborhood
The Real Estate Desk Aug. 25, 2010, 8:58 a.m.
Might a feng shui-practicing CEO scuttle a 500,000-square-foot lease deal over the Vornado tower? (NYP)
An architect wants to make a sustainable tropical hardwood farm to replace the Brooklyn Bridge’s walking paths. (NYT)
A $130 monthly Metrocard? Maybe not. (NYDN)
Fighting among the creditors over the Union Square W. (WSJ)
Manhattan beats the nation (on the housing recovery). (WSJ)
Remembering Little Syria, Lower Manhattan’s Arab enclave until the 1940s. (NYT)