The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Kurowycky Meat Products closes after 52 years in the East Village. [NY Times]

Assessments vs. higher maintenance costs–New York apartment boards debate. [NY Times]

New owners restoring Marquand stable on East 73rd Street. [NY Times]

Oh boy! A new city Web site provides a trove of property-sale information. [NY Times]

Preventing accidents waiting to happen in your apartment. [NY Times]

Can a co-op board member's term be limited? [NY Times]

Dumbo residents want neighborhood named a historic district. [NY Times]

Are New York building prices about to come down? Maybe. [WSJ]

Morningside Heights group wants to landmark cathedral's private garden to prevent residential development. [NY Post]

City Council members, Albany lawmakers announce support for Mayor's 2030 plan–'It's like Robert Moses meets Al Gore.' [NY Sun]

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