The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Divorcing couples are cashing in on real estate. [NY Times]

Park Slope couple decided to buy a brownstone when their rent hit $1,000 a month. [NY Times]

Golf simulators, yoga studios and massage rooms are just a few of the amenities offered to renters in Manhattan. [NY Times]

The Upper West Side has cachet, baby. [NY Times]

Moondance Diner hits the road. [NY Post]

Federal government is fining the city $30,000 a day because construction progress is so slow at Bronx water filtration plant. [NY Times]

State Liquor Authority may revoke liquor licenses from Cipriani establishments. [NY Post]

Building boom may mean the end for some of Harlem’s favorite haunts. [NY Post]

The Brooklyn Bridge could be in better condition. [Daily News]

Bronx subway station closed for construction until November. [NY1]

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