On the Market: Hippie Chasids’ Bowery Shul; Making Bank on Affordable Housing; Javits Joust

In tough times, retailers get tough, fight landlords over every rental detail. [Journal]
Why reality T.V. and Manhattan real estate go hand-in-hand. [NY Times]
Javits boosters may fight governor’s plan to tear down convention center. [Crain’s]
Cool-looking CassaNY doesn’t sell units, will be sold wholesale, rebranded. [Real Deal]
Hippie chasids build rock-and-roll synagogue on the Bowery. [NY Post]
The crime—a hooker collar gone wrong—that led to the clean-up of Times Square. [Daily News]
That does not mean prostitution has disappeared, but the NYPD sure are trying. [NY Times]
Affordable housing can be very profitable in bad times. [Crain’s]
Extell carves up crazy UWS penthouse, wants even more for two pieces. [Journal]
City wants to charge non-profits for trash pick-up. [Daily News]
Crane trial enrages family of slain operators. [NY Post]
A Bed-Stuy theater, home of civil rights fights, fights to survive. [NY Times]
A nice little affordable housing complex in Clinton Hill. [Brownstoner]
The Chelsea penthouse with a 7,000-square-foot terrace. [Daily News]
Red Hook port being killed by Feds? [BK Paper]
Moving to the city after a lifetime spent in Catskills country. [NY Times]

On the Market: Hippie Chasids’ Bowery Shul; Making Bank on Affordable Housing; Javits Joust