The Round-Up: Wednesday

Number of white, non-Hispanic New Yorkers may have risen slightly in 2006. [NY Times]

Judge throws out rule requiring restaurants to post calories. [NY Times]

Madison Avenue detecting 'a dazzling array of jewelers.' [NY Times]

Ex-Jet Curtis Martin may buy Brooklyn's priciest apartment for $7.25 M. [NY Post]

Tenants evicted from wobbly Harlem building. [NY Post]

Home ownership in New York City barely half the rate of the rest of the country. [NY Post]

Sheldon Solow may be planning something big on West 57th. [NY Post]

SL Green to market 440 Ninth Avenue for $200 M. (2nd item) [NY Post]

989 Sixth Avenue sells for $49 M. (3rd item) [NY Post]

Barnett's Extell buys parking lot at 25 West 20th Street–development, anyone? (last item) [NY Post]

Even Realtors think it's going to be a bad 2008. [NY Post]

In August, the Manhattan office market was its strongest since 2001. [Reuters]

The Round-Up: Wednesday