The Round-Up: Friday

Ruling favors Gregg Singer's plans for Public School 64 in the East Village. [NY Times]

Manhattan's most expensive parking lot now $1,183 a month. [NY Sun]

Half of the city's high-rises don't have post-Sept. 11 emergency response plans. [NY Post]

Trump taking the stand on behalf of Conrad Black. [NY Post]

The Macklowes will build a new office building at the former Drake Hotel site. [NY Post]

Co-Op City workers may strike starting tonight. [Daily News]

The Round-Up: Friday