The Round-Up: Thursday

Owners of Starrett City begin process to remove complex from affordable housing program. [NY Sun]

Outdoor showers are not just for the Martha’s Vineyard set. [NY Sun]

While many properties in Manhattan may suffer during the credit crunch, those close to parks will not. [NY Sun]

Brooklyn Heights residents want floating pool to stay put. [NY Post]

Freddie Mac posts 45% drop in second-quarter net income. [WSJ]

Don’t sleep on the subway, incoming students. [NY Times]

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