The Round-Up: Thursday

Lehman’s tower at 745 Seventh Avenue falls into Barclays’ hands. [NY Times]

City agrees to basic standards for treating homeless New Yorkers seeking shelter, ending a 25-year litigation battle. [NY Times]

The annual Mayor’s Management Report is released featuring 1,219 performance indicators—from the number of condoms given out (39,070) to the number of homicides (516). [NY Times]

Signs of Wall Street’s effect on small NYC businesses are less obvious, though no less real. [NY Times]

Judge awards $18.3 million to fish worker paralyzed in 2003 ferry crash, bringing NYC’s total liability to $72.6 million. [NY Times]

Financial crisis enters dire new phase. [WSJ]

New tenants seek out Windsor Terrace’s working-class charm. [NYDN]

Bloomberg wants city police and firefighters to pay for their E-ZPasses. [NYDN]

A new Brooklyn Children’s Museum opens its doors. [NYDN]

Wall Street crisis means more work, less money for livery cab service. [NYDN]

City hopes to add the New York State Pavilion to National Register of Historic Places. [NYDN]

Hotel construction in Dutch Kills rushes dangerously to beat next month’s rezoning. [NYDN]

New buildings ready to break ground: Rem Koolhaas’ 23 East 22nd Street, Hell’s Kitchen’s The Dillon, Battery Park City’s One Rector Park, and more. [NY Post]

Gimme Shelter: Another lawsuit at the Plaza. [NY Post]

The rise of StreetEasy.com. [NY Sun]

How Fannie and Freddie’s bailout effects the multifamily market. [NY Sun]

Going green in style at Riverhouse. [NY Sun]

Wall Street meltdown could release 10 million square feet of commercial real estate on the market—that’s 2.2% of Manhattan’s total. [NY Sun]

New York’s loveliest caryatids. Say what?! [NY Sun]

Noxious fumes plague LIC office building. [NY Sun]

The Round-Up: Thursday