On the Market: Queens Museum Remade; Taxing Foreclosures; Goldman Did Short Mortgages; Funny Playgrounds


Blame the French for all the bike lanes! [Times]

Bruce Willis’ Riverside condo is in contract [Real Estalker]

Warped Meatpacking building shrinks, still not approved by LPC [Curbed]

Queens Museum renovations finally getting underway [Real Deal]

City trying to open swath of East Side waterfront long blocked by FDR [DNAinfo]

John Johansen, wild-style modernist, created an unusual upstate retreat [Times]

Just because they foreclosed doesn’t mean you won’t pay taxes [CNN]

Jersey City office building fetches $375-a-square-foot, a state record [Journal]

Bright spots in high places for office market [Crain’s]

Celebrating the city’s unusual playgrounds [Times]

Promoting transit-oriented development across the region [Journal]

Goldman was not hedging but shorting mortgages after all [Real Deal]

SoNo–South of Norwalk, Conn.–another made-up real estate phenomena [Journal]

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