The Round-Up: Tuesday

Tishman Speyer is accusing hundreds of Stuyvesant Town tenants of illegal occupancy, and they are charging their landlord with harassment. [NY Times]

A location in Downtown Brooklyn could make life more real on The Real World. [NY Times]

Contractors become caretakers to foreclosed homes awaiting their turn on the auction block. [NY Times]

If Merrill Lynch does not move its headquarters to the World Trade Center, have the Port Authority and Larry Silverstein just found another way to push back overdue reconstruction? [NY Post]

Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley had their second-quarter profit estimates cut on risk of further asset write-downs. [Bloomberg]

The city plans to chose a developer for the 1.7-square-mile site on the eastearn edge of 125th Street by the end of the summer. [Crain’s]

Developers woo corporate tenants with tax breaks and redesigns. [NY Sun]

Preservationists are lobbying the City Council this week for hundreds of thousands of dollars of additional funding for the Landmarks Preservation Commission. [NY Sun]


The Round-Up: Tuesday