On the Market: Fixing Midtown Traffic Jams; Reneging at 1 World Trade?; East End Home Sales Jump

Mayor Bloomberg says he has a way to ease the midtown traffic jams—we hope he’s right. [NY Times]

Plans for Pier 57 in Chelsea are now available online for public feedback. [DNAinfo]

Port Authority and the General Services Administration might only lease half as much space as they originally intended at 1 World Trade. [NY Post]

Tech geeks are overtaking Wall Streeters in the rental market. [Journal]

Co-founder of WexTrust Capital sentenced to 22 years in prison for Ponzi scheme. [The Real Deal]

Pop-up chapels will wed dozens of same-sex couples this weekend in Central Park. [NY Times]

It doesn’t look like those Empire State Building ticket hawkers are going away anytime soon. [DNAinfo]

Sales in the East End increased 59 percent from first quarter. [NY Post]

Ardor New York Real Estate is now using high-commission broker splits. [The Real Deal]

Park Slope residents still hate the Prospect Park West bike lane. [NY Post]

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