The Round-Up: Wednesday

Governor Corzine proposes steep rise in tolls to cover state’s debt. [NY Times]

After five months of inactivity, demolition of Deutsche Bank building is close to resuming. [NY Times]

Citigroup combining mortgage operations into one unit. [NY Times]

A plan to alleviate vehicle and pedestrian traffic in Times Square is expected in months. [NY Times]

Ogilvy and Mather ad agency will leave Harry Macklowe’s World Wide Plaza building when lease expires in July, 2009. [NY Times]

Governor "Corzine trolling for tolls". [NY Post]

MTA chief in charge of mega construction projects resigns. [NYDN]

Mayor Bloomberg’s congestion pricing plan will come up against three alternative proposals Thursday. [NYDN]

Company famed for imploding old hotels and casinos in Vegas was hired to raze the Deutsche Building Tuesday. [NYDN]

Landlord of former Jamaica Savings Bank in Astoria may foil attemps to landmark the beaux-arts building. [NYDN]

Possible conflict of interest calls into question a $5 million state contract brokered by the Empire State Development Corp. [NYSUN]

Sales manager at 40 Mercer Street filed suit against the Corcoran Group and Sunshine Group Tuesday. [NY Sun]

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