The Round-Up: Wednesday

New York Law School thinks 'creatively' in Tribeca expansion. [NY Times]

Moinian buying 295 Madison for around $180 M. [NY Post]

Lawsuit halts calories-counting law–for now–for city restaurants. [NY Post]

Quinn, too, wants a freeze on rent-stablization rent hikes. [NY Sun]

State Legislature nears a decision to expand the 421-a affordable-housing zone. [NY Sun]

SL Green makes first Brooklyn buy with $107.5 M. purchase of 16 Court. [Real Deal]

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