The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

  • City housing groups tweak tactics in changing market.
  • [NY Times]

  • Luxury homes meet the projects in Rockaways.
  • [NY Times]

  • Penthouses still popular with New York buyers.
  • [NY Times]

  • Recrowning cornices on the Upper West Side.
  • [NY Times]

  • Lawsuits may hit lenders of risky mortgages.
  • [NY Times]

  • Losing–and replacing–co-op documents.
  • [NY Times]

  • Newer foreign REITs offer investors opportunities.
  • [NY Times]

  • When can residents attend condo board meetings?
  • [NY Times]

  • A Brooklyn walk-up as conceptual art.
  • [NY Times]

  • New York – Boston it ain’t: a relocation story.
  • [NY Times]

  • MTA decides on Fulton transit hub E connection.
  • [NY Times]

  • Top-level staffing changes at MTA.
  • [Daily News]

  • Landmark debate over former AT&T headquarters.
  • [Daily News]

  • Refinancing an option for some ARM users.
  • [Daily News]

  • Police shutter two West Chelsea nightclubs.
  • [NY Post]

  • Battle on over future of Pier 40.
  • [NY Post]

  • Suit: 5th Avenue co-op rejects owner over Parkinson’s.
  • [NY Post]

  • 2 Herald Square sells for $500 million.
  • [NY Post]

  • Development dots Park Slope’s Fourth Avenue.
  • [NY Sun]

    Did we miss any New York City real estate news this morning? Please send along tips and links.

    Article continues below
    More from Politics
    People march to demand the release of Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera near the White House in Washington, DC, on January 11, 2017. / AFP / Nicholas Kamm        (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)
    NYC Mayor Defends Obama Pardon of Puerto Rican Nationalist Tied to Bombings