The Round-Up: Friday

“Tragic”: The travails of forsaken Hamptons real estate. [WSJ]

Realtors on commercial real estate: Everything bad, getting worse. [GlobeSt]

Victory for tenants in Section 8 discrimination case. [NY Times]

Vacancy! Diaz and Rivera square off for Carrion’s Beep spot in the Bronx. [NY Times]

DOA in Albany? Electeds, advocates hate on Ravitch M.T.A. plan for tolls, taxes, cuts. [NY Times]

In an LED world, neon beacons shine on. [NY Times]

Four collared in $10 million subprime mortgage scam. [NY Post]

Love it or hate it: New Yorkers can’t agree over $75 billion for housing. [NYDN]

Oscar-worthy movies about… real estate? [NYDN]

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