The Round-Up: Tuesday

In the push for congestion pricing, Mayor Bloomberg’s tactics were seen as heavy-handed by some in Albany. [NY Times]

Warring neighbors at the Asonia reached a settlement in a second-hand smoke suit. [NY Times]

Joseph Moinian, Joseph Chetrit, and Edward Minskoff are quietly trying to market two midtown buildings they are partners in; the first of the Macklowe-Equity Office portfolio at 1301 Avenue of the Americas is on the market. [NY Post]

Mets fans say goodbye to Shea Stadium at the last opening day in the Queens arena today. [NY Post]

Jackie Robinson’s house in Queens could get landmark status. [NYDN]

An “airport village” is rising in Queens in wake of last year’s rezoning. [NYDN]

A Queens City Councilman is leading a protest against the plan to rezone Willets Point. [NY Sun]

Brooklyn residents want the construction schedule for Atlantic Yards revised. [NY Metro]


The Round-Up: Tuesday