On the Market: Secrets to a Smoking Ban; Hipster Houseboats; Extell Next Block Buster

Ex-City Council Speaker Gifford Miller buys $3 million UES co-op [Real Deal]

There are six Lexus cabs in the city, and Council wants to add 1,500 medallions [Times, Times]

Auctioning off the five unsold penthouses at the Burg Savings Bank [Curbed, Journal]

Want to get a smoking ban in your condo? Here’s how [Brick Underground]

Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce announce borough building awards [Brownstoner]

What we’ve all be waiting for: hipster houseboats [Curbed]

Time to build again as big loans return to real estate [Crain’s]

The key to beating back the bike backlash is building lane in low-income neighborhoods [StreetEasy]

How New York should prepare for the major flood and other natural disasters [Journal]

Extell mulls what to do with doomed Auto Row building [Times]

Just reopened Washington Square Park improvements already showing cracks [Curbed]

Brooklyn sees boomlet in brokerages [Real Deal]

Food carts could replace long-shuttered restaurant on Canarsie pier [Post]

Don’t make any hasty real estate investments [Times]

Van Alen Institutes architecture book store opens [Journal]

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