The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

  • East Harlem gentrification fuels Puerto Ricans’ angst.
  • [NY Times]

  • How long will hotel-industry hot steak last?
  • [NY Times]

  • Living inside the place you’re selling.
  • [NY Times]

  • Behind the Bankers Trust Building at Wall and Nassau.
  • [NY Times]

  • Buying property with friends and family–beware.
  • [NY Times]

  • Deducting “mansion taxes” on federal income-tax returns.
  • [NY Times]

  • Can a co-op or condo change its rules about dogs?
  • [NY Times]

  • 141 Fifth Avenue hides behind full print of its future look.
  • [NY Times]

  • Higher assessments may nullify tax cuts. [2nd item]
  • [NY Times]

  • Face-off between East Village club and upstairs neighbors.
  • [NY Times]

  • Roommates.com faces fair-housing lawsuit.
  • [NY Times]

  • Landlord sues Sharpton as deadbeat office tenant.
  • [NY Post]

  • City–again–rejects Trump plans for Soho condo-hotel.
  • [NY Post]

  • New New Jersey-New York rail tunnel moves forward.
  • [NY Post]

  • 14 Wall Street in contract for $325 million sale.
  • [NY Post]

  • Harlem landlord leaves tenants in the cold.
  • [NY Post]

  • Archdiocese says property of closed parishes not for sale.
  • [Daily News]

  • Copacabana owner vows to reopen in new location.
  • [Daily News]

  • Barclays’ Brooklyn arena courts controversy.
  • [Daily News]

  • Median home prices drop in Queens.
  • [Newsday]

  • Bowery subway station ridership quadruples.
  • [NY Sun]

  • Vornado’s Roth covets Equity Office Properties.
  • [WSJ]

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