On the Market: Asbestos at the Chelsea; Subway Maps Go Dark; Hello Guggenheim

Construction starts fell 31 percent, but maybe this year is different. [Crain’s, Bloomberg]
And just because foreclosures are down in New York, we’re not in the clear. [Daily News]
A Williamsburg “mansion” (it’s a warehouse) sells for $5 million. [Brownstoner]
Turning the four-decade SPURA struggle into art. [ArchPaper]
Asbestos only the latest problem at the Chelsea. [Daily News]
Related’s Steve Ross stumps for Mitt on CNBC. [Real Deal]
Slope’s famous pink brownstone back on the market for $2.4 million. [Curbed]
M.T.A. loses another court fight, now owes Fulton Street guy $15 million. [NY Post]
Meanwhile, a subway night map and a resumption of labor talks. [NY Times, Journal]
Shopping cart thrown from Bronx Mall, injures two, echoes Harlem incident. [NY Times]
Cops won’t let neighbors install security camera to protect block. [BK Paper]
Live across the street from the Guggenheim, checking out the curves all day. [Curbed]
Green fight! Energy efficient windows melt a Prius’ rear-view mirror. [ArchPaper]

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