The Round-Up: Wednesday

Roosevelt Hotel on the market for $1B [NY Post]

Robert DeNiro meets with Africa-Israel about possibly developing a hotel at 1 Madison Avenue. [NY Post]

Residents of Starrett City still think sale is inevitable. [NY Times]

Washington sets Monday as deadline for State Legislature to approve congestion pricing. [NY Times]

The Bronx will finally get some Class A office space. [NY Times]

Bid to rename part of West Village “Little Britain” is denied. [NY Sun]

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