The Round-Up: Wednesday

Swig withdraws bankruptcy court motion against Lehman in foreclosure case–but may be taking it up a notch? [TRD]

Beer distributor leaves LIC and NJ for Brooklyn. [NY Times]

Tanking real estate good news for troubled Garment District. [NY Times]

CBRE quarterly net income down 94.7 percent; somehow that’s still good news. [Reuters]

One Manhattan Plaza, Consolidated Edison building, and three bonnie Bed-Stuy houses landmarked. [NY Post]

Study: 67K new housing units in city since 2005, and vacancy rate still shrinks. [NY Post]

Can fancy software make a Gehry building affordable? [NY Times]

Punctured prices luring first-time buyers. [WSJ]

Escada in, Ann Taylor out at 560 Broadway; plus a snafu at the Macklowes’ 510 Madison. [NY Post]

After cutting back on real estate, Zuckerman moves on to employee 401(k)s. [NY Post]

City Council mulls carrot for green roofs. [NYDN]

The Round-Up: Wednesday