The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

City official says that Thor Equities redevelopment plan for Coney Island is “dead in the water.” [Daily News]

New condo developments are playing their own song. [NY Times]

NYU law student experiences the trials and tribulations of apartment hunting in the city. [NY Times]

Almost 40 different condo projects are in the works for central Harlem. [NY Times]

For those who can’t make it to The Hamptons, there is always the roof. [NY Times]

The South Bronx gets its first privately funded condo project. [NY Times]

Perhaps Red Hook will not be completely transformed. [NY Times]

Voices from both sides of the Starrett City fight. [Daily News]

NYPD says that crime is increasing in city parks. [NY1]

Bidding for Barneys New York up to $950 million. [WSJ]

Even after $89 million renovation, there are still some adjustments that need to be made at the Tweed Courthouse. [Daily News]

The (Big) Round-Up: Monday