The Round-Up: Thursday

Di Farra Pizza in Midwood closed by the Health Department–again. [NY Times]

Bloomberg says congestion pricing could prevent a M.T.A. fare increase. [NY Times]

More than half of Atlantic Yards to be funded by government subsidies. [NY Post]

First photos of Donald Trump's granddaughter to appear in People. [NY Post]

Two Paramount Group buildings in Manhattan could sell for $1 B. total. [NY Post]

Harry Macklowe has immense plans for Plaza apartments. [NY Post]

Former Domino Sugar Factory could be landmarked. [NY Sun]

Downtown Brooklyn grows toward 24-7 status. [NY Sun]

960 Avenue of the Americas sells for $105 M. [Crain's] The Round-Up: Thursday