The Round-Up: Wednesday

Businesses looking for big spaces and low rent go to Midtown South.  [NY Times]

A Harlem theater gets a new developer.  [NY Times] 

Bowery sees some changes, but hangs on to its "rough edges".  [NY Times] 

Member of city Planning Commission invested in Atlantic Yards, then voted for it.  [NY Post] 

Broadway Partners purchases 280 Park Avenue for $1.278 B.  [NY Post] 

More on Brooklyn’s tallest building to be.  [NYDN]

Dorm tower gets opposition from community board in Queens. [NYDN] 

Defense attorney in Stein’s case goes after the police.  [NY Sun]  

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