The Round-Up: Friday

Largest ever recreation building constructed in a city park opens today in Queens. [NY Times]

Sign that speaks of the World Trade Center in the present tense to be removed. [NY Times]

Owner of Brooklyn home linked to Underground Railroad may lose it to foreclosure. [NY Post]

Sarkozy’s ex checks out Plaza condos. [NY Post]

City offers plan for Manhattan, Queens small-business owners to offer health insurance. [Daily News]

Part of Nelson Rockefeller’s Fifth Avenue triplex on market for $27.5 M. [WSJ]

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