The (Big) Round-Up: Monday

Madoff apologizes to fellow owners at 133 East 64th co-op for media prescence. [NY Times]

City’s small manufacturers escape recession’s effects. [NY Times]

More on higher-end concierges reacting to the scaled-back desires of clients. [NY Times]

Living in Woodhaven, Queens. [NY Times]

Why waiting a few weeks to buy could mean a big reduction in monthly mortgage bills. [NY Times]

History in the Henry Hudson Parkway above 165th Street. [NY Times]

Habitats: a collector of bicycles in one rambling, Upper West Side apartment. [NY Times]

Brokers buy up millions in New Jersey Gold Coast condos. [NY Times]

Exterior of Austin, Nichols warehouse at 184 Kent preserved; building to open as rental this summer. [NY Times]

Marquee owner Noah Tepperberg gets liquor lincense for new Chelsea club Earth. [NY Post]

Stuy Town, Cooper Village tenants to file class-action suit against Tishman Speyer over evictions. [NY Post]

Salemi, Sicily wins Kim’s Video collection. [NY Post]

Queens film studios, including Silvercup, enjoy success despite the downturn. [NYDN]

David Lereah, National Association of Realtors’ once-sunny chief economist, looks back post-boom. [WSJ]

The (Big) Round-Up: Monday