On the Market: Big Rentals Rise; Bigger Condos Boom; Putrid PATH Trains

Shigeru Ban’s Metal Shutter penthouse on the market for $12.5 million [Curbed]

It’s not Ringling Bros., but Coney still getting its circus [BK Paper]

Port Authority to raise tolls two bucks to $10 [Post]

Five-figure rentals the new seven-figure condos? [Times]

Hotel across from Carnegie Hall sold for $406 million [Crain’s]

City bolsters food industry, artisanal and otherwise [Times]

Unsightly Verizon towers going up in Victorian Flatbush–for underground wires! [BK Paper]

Developer wants to build condos on coveted Harlem basketball court [DNAinfo]

Another Connecticut bank moves to town, taking Syms’ space at 400 Park [Post]

Bigger condos are more popular this year [Real Deal]

Sinkhole devours Midtown traffic [News]

What’s that funny smell on the PATH train [Times]

Soho still struggles with artists-only rule [Post]

They really want to build a garbage dump next to a popular park? [DNAinfo]


  1. Anonymous says:

    Well many are building large condo units which are well designed. And because of its beautiful designs and amenities included, rent prices will be very expensive. Though there are also condo units which are cheaper but still has lovely designs.