The Round-Up: Thursday

Brooklyn's sewage processing plant gets a renovation with a picnic area in tow. [NY Times]

Spitzer leans toward Javits plan with $3.2 billion price tag. [NY Times]

Queens Botanical Garden's new building is likely to be the most environmentally friendly in the city. [NY Post]

Bloomberg gives his two cents about the Columbia expansion. [NY Post]

For some, brokers are a guiding light through a troubled time in real estate. [NY Sun]

Brits see Manhattan as a bloody bargain. [NY Sun]

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