The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Custom-made security uniforms are part of Empire State Building makeover. [NY Times]

The myriad ways twenty-somethings live the New York City lifestyles they want. [NY Times]

The cost of replacing two popular parks where the new Yankee Stadium is being built has nearly doubled to $174 million, almost one-seventh the cost of the stadium itself. [NY Times]

Wall Street is reeling from a slew of job-cuts. [NY Times]

A new report finds barriers to access at most public plazas on the Upper East Side. [NY Times]

A West Side proposal by a private developer was supposed to fulfill a promise for affordable housing in a deal over the Hudson Yards, but local officials see too many market-rate apartments in the plan. [NY Times]

Brokers namedrop to market pedigreed homes. [NY Times]

Preservationists have a new-found respect for white brick buildings. [NY Times]

Living In: Kensington, Brooklyn. [NY Times]

Long the object of on-again-off-again affection, the ferry may finally draw New York City commuters. [NY Times]

Philip Johnson’s “little jewel box” in New Canaan faces the prospect of demolition. [NY Times]

Flippers are finding out just how much a 15 Central Park West apartment is worth on the resale market. [NY Times]

Last week William F. Reilly put his double-wide townhouse located on a private cobblestone street facing the East River on the market for $25 million. [NY Times]

Q & A: Can building managers pass on the cost of landscaping? [NY Times]

Retailers in the Hamptons are opening up their cash registers for Euros this summer. [NY Post]

More than 80 percent of plans submitted under the Department of Buildings’ self-certification program have violations. [NY Post]

The projected cost of the new Police Academy in Queens has jumped to $1.5 billion from an initial estimate of $500 million. [NY Post]

A building boom jolts sleepy Rockaways. [NYDN]

Keith Haring has donated $1 million to the New Museum. [Crain’s]

The (Big) Round-Up: Monday