The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Javits plans get toned down, but they’ll still fix that leaky roof. [NY Times]

Upper West Side school to get rid of its middle-income housing. [NY Times]

9/11 brings one man back to the city, to settle in a Chelsea studio. [NY Times]

Brooklyn native settles in Jersey. [NY Times]

The trials and tribulations of town house living. [NY Times]

Dreams of combining two downtown studios, and calling it a loft. [NY Times]

The history of Webster Hall. [NY Times]

Former football star turns down Brooklyn’s most expensive. [NY Post]

Stinky doorman returns to work. [NYDN]

Ikea jobs go out to Red Hook residents. [NYDN]

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