On the Market: 9/11 Museum Definitively Delayed; M.T.A. Slowing Things Down; Harlem’s Worst and Park Ave.’s Best

Curbed said HL23 was the best building of the year. [Curbed]
The best real estate stories of the year. [Real Deal]
The bike advocates and road warriors of the year. [Streetsblog]
The Brooklyn storefronts that came and went this year. [Brownstoner]
Building workers strike averted. [Crain’s]
Inside Harlem’s worst apartment building. [Daily News]
Inside 640 Park, one of the city’s first super-luxury apartment buildings. [NY Times]
An Upper West Side building with water worse than a sewer. [Journal]
The 9/11 Museum will almost certainly not open on time next year. [DNAinfo]
Looking back at the “future” of New York. [Curbed]
Is the High Line worth a $1,000 non-refundable deposit? [NY Times]
Brooklyn is now a global brand. [Crain’s]
M.T.A. will begin shutting down subway lines at night next week. [WNYC]
They’ve also been quietly running fewer trains on “minor holidays.” [NY Times]
There was no snow this December, unlike last year. [Journal]