The Round-Up: Thursday

$225,000 for a parking space in Manhattan sounds about right. [NY Times]

Predictions of $2,000 per square foot for Manhattan investment sales. [NY Sun]

Architects for Queens playground channel their inner child. [NY Sun]

Building boom means extra cash in the pockets of construction professionals. [NY Sun]

Hedge funds could be latest victims in subprime mortgage saga. [NY Post]

As State Legislature decides fate of congestion pricing, Mayor heads to retreat in Sun Valley. [NY Times]

Or maybe he is on his way to Albany. [NY Daily News]

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