The Round-Up: Wednesday

More on charges against former purchasing agent for subcontractor hired to dismantle Deutsche Bank building. [NY Times]
Italian pockets in the city recede. [NY Times]
Between the Bricks: It’s mighty difficult now to price a Class A building; new commercial condos near Grand Central Terminal will sell for an average in the mid-$900s. [NY Post]
Manhattan neighborhoods with the most and deepest apartment price cuts recently. [NYDN]
East New York owners upset over cold, leaky houses. [NYDN]
More on landlord concessions in the apartment market nationwide. [WSJ]
Vacancies at U.S. shopping malls approached 10-year highs in the fourth quarter. [Bloomberg]
The Round-Up: Wednesday