The Round-Up: Tuesday

Shocker: despite national trends, housing still expensive in Manhattan and Brooklyn. [NY Times]

Durst developers suggest elevated people mover for West Side rail yards. [NY Post]

Kent Swig now at the helm of Helmsley-Spear. [NY Post]

Brooklyn power plant plans to spend $100 million on expansion. [NY Sun]

Atlantic Yards developers evict children. [NY Daily]

Park Slope places in the top ten. [NY Daily]

More bowling, this time in Greenpoint. [NY Daily]

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