The Round-Up: Tuesday

NYC landlords may have to pay tens of millions to make their apartments handicap-accessible [NY Times]

Quinn’s dad schools her in ‘the old machine-style politics of relationship-building and favor-trading’ [NY Times]

Big muscles and big coffees: What tourists notice about NYC [NY Times]

Bloomberg announces that 24 charter schools will open next month [NY Times]

Home Depot posts a 24 percent loss in earnings [WSJ]

Fannie, Freddie shares take a nosedive [WSJ]

An East New York Park reopening after a $1.6 million reno [Daily News]

Lack of outdoor space in the Bronx is contributing to the city’s highest level of obesity [NY Daily News]

Brooklyn Heights’ ‘Moostruck’ house fetched close to $4 million [NY Post]

Office leasing slowdown during the dog days [NY Post]

Landlord group says law that allows tenants to charge harassment is illegal [NY Sun]

The Round-Up: Tuesday