On the Market: Rent Grey Gardens; Drawn Into Al Hirschfield’s Home; Goldman Shows Off Its BPC Hotel

The Gowanus Canal even dirtier than we thought, will probably never be clean [Times]

Manhattan prices stalled in November [Journal]

… And could things get worse? [Real Deal]

Walmart could cause some serious traffic [News]

Grey Gardens can be yours this summer for $135,000… per week! [Real Deal]

Latest Brooklyn waterfront park will cover 1.4 acres along Columbia Street [Brownstoner]

Oldest church in Sheepshead Bay could lose its steeples [Curbed]

Broadway illustrator Al Hirschfield’s home for sale [Journal]

Josh Duhamel, actor and Fergie hubby, caught on UWS’ Corner [Real Deal]

Goldman unveils plans for new Conrad Hotel, with Shake Shack and roof bar [DNAinfo]

King’s Theater renovations just beginning [Post]

Coney’s new coasters under construction [Brownstoner]

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