The Round-Up: Thursday

The In Good Company Consulting firm offers female entrepreneurs office space and amenities a la carte. [NY Times]

Toll Brothers posts a loss as write-down doubles. [NY Times]

Art anxiety takes its toll on homeowners. [NY Times]

An alternative to Mayor Bloomberg’s congestion pricing plan is gaining support in Albany. [NY Post]

Gimme Shelter: Tommy Hilfiger puts Greenwich home on the market for $27 million; producer Marty Richard’s Gin Lane home goes to contract for $65 million, a Hamptons record. [NY Post]

Investors and home-buyers descend on Florida looking for condo bargains left in the wake of the housing market boom. [WSJ]

Mayor Bloomberg defends $20 million tax break for Major League Baseball to build television headquarters in Harlem. [NY Sun]

With a glut of luxury condos on the market in the Lower East Side, one marketer is taking aggressive steps to woo potential buyers. [NY Sun]

Landmarks Preservation Committee green lights the conversion of Claremont Riding Stables on the Upper West Side to luxury condos. [NY Sun]

Tax abatement debate will be revived. [NY Sun]

Some developers see a growing divide between Manhattan’s luxury market and "some of the more speculative projects in fringe areas." [NY Sun]

Size of City Tech Tower in downtown Brooklyn to be reduced. [Daily News] 

The Round-Up: Thursday