The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

South Bronx has yet to benefit from construction of Yankees Stadium. [NY Times]

From closet to condo in Jersey City. [NY Times]

High Line park development lures condo buyers to West Chelsea. [NY Times]

A doyenne of “all-in-one-living” in a three-bedroom apartment near Carnegie Hall. [NY Times]

Rockland County commuters have a fond attachment to their daily ferry ride to the city. [NY Times]

A former Byzantine-Moorish-style syngogue on Madison Avenue gets reincarnated as a 14-story condo. [NY Times]

Sales stagnate in the Hamptons, but summer-rental market heats up. [NY Times]

Homeowners opting for residential auctions as raditional sales market slumps. [NY Times]

Breaking down Harry Macklowe’s many debts. [NY Times]

A dozen historic houses of worship in the city slated for demolition this year. [NY Post]

City authorities band together to combat “pidgeon netting”. [NY Post]

Opponents of Coney Island rezoning plan hold public meetings Monday. [NY Post]

Madison Square Garden Developers denounce former ally behind today’s tax probe. [NY Post]

Architects propose turning congested Gowanus Parkway into 4-miles of greenery. [NYDN]

New York restaurants will do good business in 2008. [NYDN]

Governor Spitzer set to endorse a cap on New York State property taxes on Wednesday. [NY Sun]

Madison Square Garden’s 25-year-old tax exemption targeted at Finance Committee hearing today. [NY Sun]

The (Big) Round-Up: Monday