The Round-Up: Wednesday

Existing-home sales plummet to 1989 levels. [NY Times]

Staten Island wants to keep its young by building more apartments near the ferry. [NY Times]

Chase threatens move to Connecticut if it doesn’t get city subsidies. [NY Times]

Rent-stabilized landlords’ costs go up, but so do revenues. [NY Times]

Landmarks Commission OKs Historical Society’s exterior alteration plans. [NY Times]

Port Authority expected to OK skyscraper for north wing of bus terminal. [NY Times]

State Supreme Court strikes down Tenant Empowerment Act. [NY Times]

L.A. firms buys Lipstick Building for $607 M. [NY Post]

Brooklynites blog about their neighborhoods—a lot. [NY Post]

Will the Port Authority sell its bus terminal and relocate nearby? [NY Post]

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The Round-Up: Wednesday