On the Market: That Smell on West 33rd; Stadiums Not So Economic Development-y

Puddle that smells like “garbage and rotting animal carcasses” has plagued West 33rd Street for years. [DNAinfo]

Gov. Cuomo wants to close seven of the state’s prisons, including one on Staten Island and one in the Bronx. [NY Times]

New stadiums don’t provide business boost that some in the area had hoped for. [Journal]

Reade57 condo project in Tribeca is facing more troubles. [The Real Deal]

Upper East Side residents continue to oppose trash station, citing proximity to public housing. [NY Times]

Manhattan residential market might be stabilizing. [Journal]

Brodsky Organization starting next phase of Chelsea renovation project. [Gay City News]

Two popular lunch spots will be victims of World Financial Center’s retail renovation. [Crain’s]

Lack of sufficient ad space prompts Subway to put up its own sign on Sixth Avenue in midtown. [NY Times]

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