The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Two firefighters killed in massive blaze at former Deutsche Bank building. [NY Times]

Morningside Heights staple Night Café is closing its doors. [NY Times]

Ian Schrager to design 100 new boutique hotels. [NY Times]

Even though the market is still healthy, commercial owners should be looking for ways to improve their properties. [NY Times]

Apartment sales continue to rise in Manhattan. [NY Times]

Churches looking to transform Fordham Library Center into new youth center. [NY Times]

The price for a "one-of-a-kind” property in Manhattan has gone way up. [NY Times]

Archstone-Smith deal could be in jeopardy. [WSJ]

State Liquor Authority is cracking down on unlicensed bouncers in the city. [NY Post]

Anthony Weiner calls for high-tech bridge monitoring devices. [Daily News]

Related, Vornado buy Virgin Megastores North America. [NY Post]

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