The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

The Manhattan D.A.’s office may charge city agencies with negligence over the Deutsche Bank Building fire last summer [NY Times]

Abyssinian Baptist Church: A big Harlem developer and a lightening rod for controversy over gentrification [NY Times]

Coney Island’s new roller rink is popular with skaters who miss the Roxy and Empire [NY Times]

The Countdown: Bloomberg is making sure city workers know how much longer he has left in office [NY Times]

Tough times for gas pumpers on Brooklyn’s Atlantic Avenue [NY Times]

Preservationists are trying to extend the Upper East Side Historic District [NY Times]

Some Brooklynites believe Governors Island belongs to their borough, not Manhattan [NY Times]

Come Asian Americans are moving to Downtown Brooklyn and Long Island City [NY Times]

Stucco is staging a comeback [NY Times]

Are pandas taking over the wilds of Williamsburg? [Urbanite]

The old Moondance Diner has yet to reopen in Wyoming [Daily News]

A Kensington animal rescue has a two-headed turtle [NY Daily News]

Meet the owners of the city’s priciest digs [NY Post]

Cabs collide after a pane of glass falls from 1 Times Square [NY Post]

Pols have agreed to cut $200M from the state budget, $400M shy of what Gov. Paterson wants snipped [NY Post]

Investors with cash to spare are buying up the city’s towers [Crain’s]

Bankruptcy filings are on the rise in the wake of the mortgage crisis [Crain’s]

New blood coming to the Municipal Arts Society [NY Sun]

Is PlaNYC 2030 going to bring too many cars to the city? [NY Sun]

One of the Bowery’s last flophouses may be torn down [Metro]

The (Big) Round-Up: Monday