The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Barney’s building at 660 Madison sold for $375 M to Italian firm. [Bloomberg via Daily News]

200 square feet is enough for a Manhattan couple. [NY Times]

The “view” may be the most cherished amenity in New York real estate. [NY Times]

Studio in Tudor City gets an “imaginative makeover.” [NY Times]

Block parties are happening all over the city. [NY Times]

May May Chinese Bakery will close its doors for good at the end of September. [NY Times]

Fordham will sell Marymount campus. [Crain’s]

Deutsche Bank contractor had a litany of past problems. [Daily News]

Brooklyn's Columbia Street set for a slew of new apartments. [NY Post]

 

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