The Round-Up: Tuesday

Buildings Department ordered that work on Trump Soho be halted, following the death of a construction worker Monday. [NY Times]

Crackdown on Suffolk County landlords is criticized as harassment of immigrants. [NY Times]

Praise and questions from lawmakers over Governor Spitzer’s plan for $400 million of affordable housing. [NY Times]

Verizon sells condominium interest in Pearl Street switching station to private developer. [NY Times]

A plan to create a waterfront waste transfer station in Brooklyn could have “explosive” reprocussions, charge critics. [NY Post]

Plaza Hotel rumored to have found a new proprietor for the Oak Room and Oak Bar. [NY Post]

US Department of Transportation eyes congestion pricing at airports to combat traffic during peak hours. [NY Post]

Deutsche Bank standpipe was “likely removed because it was painted the wrong color”. [NY Post]

Daredevil whose plan to parachute off the Empire State building was thwarted last April is expected to a file a $30 million suit in Manhattan Supreme Court today. [NY Post]

Law firm leases 100,000 square feet of office space in IBM building. [NY Post]

Complaints in Co-op City against Cablevision. [NYDN]

Catholic church and school in Queens wins battle against cell phone company. [NYDN]

State lawmaker is promoting bill requiring retailers to give people with irritable bowel syndrome access to restricted restroom facilities. [NY Sun]

Federal appeals court will consider city’s liability in 2003 Staten Island Ferry crash. [NY Sun]

The Round-Up: Tuesday