The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Move on to memorialize city's major art-history sites. [NY Times]

 

The tough housing road traveled by New York dog owners. [NY Times]

 

Beholding the lettering throughout New York--it takes a while. [NY Times]

 

New York condo owners have more opportunities to socialize. [NY Times]

 

50 Gramercy Park North's sales prices pushing up Gramercy Park prices in general. [NY Times]

 

Meet the biggest residential conversion in Brooklyn history--One Brooklyn Bridge Park. [NY Times]

 

Can age matter in setting limits on rents? [NY Times]

 

Do tenants have to tell landlords who's visiting? Not really. [NY Times]

 

Can condo boards be forced to hold annual meetings? [NY Times]

 

Farewell, last public stable in Manhattan; 'barn rats' will miss you. [NY Times]

 

War of words over ferry service to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. [NY Post]

 

Construction set to start on major eco-friendly East Side building. [NY Post]

 

Wine collecting in the city now a 'blood sport'; twentysomethings targeted. [NY Post]

 

Complaints jump about construction noise in the city. [NY Post]

 

Analysis: Most Manhattan drivers come from the Upper East Side and northeastern Queens. [Daily News]

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