The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

The story of the Salander-O’Reilly Gallery, or how it’s hard to pay the rent on time when it’s $154,000 a month.  [NY Times]

A report on foreclosures in the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn.  [NY Times] 

Chelsea’s gentrification provides the backdrop for jewelry designer.  [NY Times]

Couple searches for an apartment near Chinese food and ends up in Greenwood Heights.  [NY Times] 

Buying a home with possibly permanent tenants.  [NY Times] 

The history of the Briarcliffe.  [NY Times] 

Basic can be a good quality in new condos.  [NY Times] 

Grace Kelly’s father was also involved in the Manhattan House. [NY Times]

Alt. rocker buys in the East Village.  [NY Times]

Residents protest redevelopment plan in Harlem.  [NY Times]

East River’s Olympic Village begins to develop.  [NYDN]

East Village spots, including Webster Hall, may get landmark status.  [NY Times]


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