The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Greenpoint Terminal Market remains ‘sore spot’ for locals one year after epic fire. [Daily News]

Number of one-night liquor licenses jumps in the city. [NY Post]

Talk with busy CB Richard Ellis C.E.O. Brett White. [NY Times]

Does New York need another Robert Moses? No, says Robert Caro. [NY Times]

Combining work and play in newly designed, redesigned hotels. [NY Times]

What gives Bert Sperling the right to rank the best places to live in the U.S.? [NY Times]

The ‘panorama of tops and towers’ along Central Park West. [NY Times]

Why even people with good jobs, good credit are struggling with their mortgages. [NY Times]

Who gets access to a co-op’s roof? [NY Times]

Homeowners who wish they could’ve predicted the future. [NY Times]

Bar Martignetti in Soho a new magnet for downtown ‘preppies.’ Really. [NY Times]


Health Department to collect record $27 M. in fines this year. [NY Post]
New fund seeks to capitalize on Hamptons home sales. [NY Sun]
City mulls parking permit changes to accompany congestion pricing. [NY Sun]








The (Big) Round-Up: Monday