The Round-Up: Thursday

Former resident of Upper West Side co-op sues the board.  [NY Post]

Renderings of Brooklyn’s growth. [NY Post]

Toxic Whole Foods site is still open to the public.  [NYDN] 

Bloomberg leans toward waterfront industries.  [NY Sun] 

Zeckendorfs sue Kent Swig.  [NY Sun] 

Maybe the dollar is dropping, but at least we have the hospitality industry.  [NY Sun] 

W Hotel condos will go for $2000 a square foot.  [NY Sun]

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