The Round-Up: Friday

The credit crisis may delay the construction of the office tower and three residential buildings at the heart of the $4 million Atlantic Yards project, admits developer Bruce Ratner . [NY Times]

The woman at the helm of the Apollo Theater on what the Harlem venue will look like in 2011. [NY Times] 

The tax breaks successive mayors have given corporations like Bear Stearns to stay in the city (aka “corporate retention”) will most likely cost tax payers. [NY Times] 

Architecture: If Atlantic Yards sputters, what will be left of Gehry’s Brooklyn? [NY Times]

Ticket prices of top-shelf seats at the new Yankee Stadium have gone up. [NY Times] 

JP Morgan will move ahead with plans to develop a tower at the World Trade Center site. [NY Post]

The Related Companies’ won the rights to redevelop the Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx. [NYDN]  

Plans for a 28-acre park on the Williamsburg-Greenpoint waterfront are back on track now that the city has scrapped plans for a power plant on the site. [NYDN] 

MTA Chairman says the decision on a developer for the Hudson Rail Yards could be months away. [NY Sun] 

A congressman proposes a bill that would penalize countries that dodge property taxes in the US. [NY Sun] 

The Round-Up: Friday