The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

City backs Trump's Soho project. [NY Post]

Design magazines help brokers sell condos. [NY Times]

Woolworth Building is showing its age. [NY Times]

The Hotel Breslin faces a similar fate to that of the Chelsea Hotel. [NY Times]

Despite mortgage crisis, brokers expect a big season for Manhattan’s luxury residential properties. [NY Times]

Wealthy Manhattanites are buying luxury units and combining them. [NY Times]

Foreign investors are scooping up the city’s commercial real estate? Who knew? [NY Times]

City closes three illegal hotels. [NY Post]

Omissions on Giuseppi Cipriani’s liquor licenses could lead to new charges. [NY Post]

Seven contractors with shady pasts are getting a piece of WTC reconstruction. [Daily News] The (Big) Round-Up: Monday