The Round-Up: Tuesday

Hunter College School of Social Work to move uptown from East 79th Street to a new $135 million building in East Harlem. [NY Times]

Cuomo’s investigation into LIRR disabilities payments accuses a railroad manager of providing detailed advice to employees on how to abuse the system. [NY Times]

After major quarterly losses, commercial insurers CNA Financial Corporation to receive $1.25 billion of fresh capital from Loews Corporation. [NY Times]

Atlantic City’s City Council overturns a temporary ban to allow smoking in the city’s casinos for at least the next year. [NY Times]

Nothing but tough choices ahead for MTA’s executive director, Elliot G. Sander. [NY Times]

New York State’s estimated budget gap for next fiscal year balloons to a record $12.5 billion. [NYDN]

New York get its first co-housing community with the opening of a Carlton Ave. building housing 45 families in Fort Greene. [NYDN]

MTA to spent $1.1 million to fix a shoddy construction job on a new bus depot at 100th St. between Park and Lexington avenues. [NYDN]

Three Stuy-Town buildings have had their gas shut off for a week, angering residents who now have to eat out or rely on Tishman to provide meals. [NYDN]

Little Bay Park’s temporary dog park to be expanded and made permanent. [NYDN]

Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrión applauds a new report urging more bike racks in the area and a stronger commitment to cycling. [NYDN]

Head of the NYC Economic Development Corporation touts the new Yankee Stadium as a centerpiece of the Bronx’s revitalization. [NYDN]

Realty Check: Replica of a beloved Parisian steakhouse coming to Lexington Avenue; SL Green’s share price may be dropping, but don’t write off the commercial real estate behemoth just yet. [NYDN]

MTA considers an even bigger fare hike than the 8 percent raise it previously proposed for next July. [NY Post]

Has the nation’s real estate market finally begun to turn around? [NY Post]

With home prices so low, bargain-hunters are snatching up deals across the country. [WSJ] The Round-Up: Tuesday