On the Market: Mort Signs MoFo to Tower; High Line Lot Becomes Hot Spot; Renzo Rocks the Whitney; NYC on TV


Condo associations, getting shortchanged on fees, crack down [Journal]

East River ferry service kicks off next month [Post]

America becoming like New York: Everybody’s renting, and they’re paying more [MSNBC]

Looks like there was a Census undercount [Times]

With Morrison Forrester attorneys signed, Boston prepares to build 55th Street tower [Post]

Disident art! Dude projects Ai Weiwei’s face onto Chinese consulate in Manhattan [Journal]

Forget condos! The High Line even makes a dumpy parking lot into a destination [Times]

Renzo Piano brings his meteor to the Whitney groundbreaking [Curbed]

Public schools turn to private developers for help in building [Real Deal]

New York will be the stage for a flood of new T.V. shows [Journal]

Weak Wall Street bonuses hold back Greenwich housing [Crain’s]

Office condos’ popularity on the rise [Times]

Own Bob Woodward’s Watergate-era D.C. apartment [News]

Construction underway on Prospect Lefferts Gardens tower [Brownstoner]

Neighbors still not in love with NYU’s expansion plan as it enters the public process [Journal]

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