The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

More condo boards mimic co-op boards. Oh dear. [NY Times]

Brooklyn Bridge Park bringing changes for block near Fulton Ferry Landing. [NY Times]

Buyers 'slowly discovering' High Bridge, the Bronx. [NY Times]

A look inside 141 Fifth and the Gramercy, two new opposing condos. [NY Times]

Elizabeth Stribling selling her Upper East Side townhouse and moving to--wait for it--Brooklyn. [NY Times]

Margaret Truman selling apartment at 830 Park. [2nd item] [NY Times]

When can a landlord up the rent on a rent-stabilized apartment? [NY Times]

State Attorney General subpoenas information from appraiser Mitchell Maxwell & Jackson and mortgage broker Manhattan Mortgage Company. [Bloomberg via NY Times]

You can't get into the Hamptons this season 'for under $400,000.' [NY Post]

UPDATE:

Gentrification and the history of hip hop in the Bronx: Can the two go in tandem? [NY Times]

Ratner giving out air-conditioners, thick windows to residents affected by Atlantic Yards construction. [NY Post]

Second Avenue Subway may trump rail link to JFK Airport. [NY Sun]