The Round-Up: Thursday

The City Council voted to end Madison Square Garden’s 25-year tax exemption, but the move is meaningless without the support of the Dolan family’s allies in Albany. [NY Times]

Vornado Realty plans to build a home for Major League Baseball’s cable network on 125th Street, the first prime office tower in Harlem for more that three decades. [NY Times]  

Scaffold falls, killing construction worker at a Brooklyn building site. [NY Times] 

An audit by city comptroller revealed the 79th Street Boat Basin is "leaking" money. [NY Post] 

Gimme Shelter: North Fork of Long Island catches up with the costlier South Fork, Edgar Bronfman and his wife move into 11-room condo at 1040 Fifth. [NY Post]

Hamilton Heights in Manhattan’s last bastion of bargains. [NY Post]

City panel is expected to endorse a modified congestion pricing plan Thursday, but Bloomberg’s proposal may face hurdles in Albany. [NYDN]  

Will New York’s hotel industry be able to weather the economic slump? [NY Sun]


Article continues below
More from Culture
Steve Earle performs at the Bring 'Em Home Now! 3rd Iraq War Anniversary Concert at Hammerstein Ballroom March 20, 2006 in New York City.  (Photo by )
Why Steve Earle’s Benefit for Children With Autism Is a Personal Tribute