On the Market: Stalled Noho Hotel Sells; Housing Slide Slows; MTA’s Explosive Budget

Port Authority flips the switch at the WTC, another milestone. [NY Post]
Take the track less read… Poetry in Motion returns to subways. [WNYC]
Home prices slide, but more slowly, and demand is rising. [Real Deal, Journal]
And the MTA budget saves projects but with a heavy, heavy debt load. [Streetsblog]
Charlie Rangel punished for misusing rent-controlled apartment. [NY Times]
Domino developer gave pro-project groups $100,000. [BK Paper]
Stalled Bond Noho Hotel sold to new owner. [NY Post]
It was Mies van der Rohe’s 126th birthday, hence the Google doodle. [Archpaper]
Two Village penthouses on the market for about $20 M. [Curbed]
Great Jones lumber company (since 1893!) sold for residential convo. [Local EV]
Flatbush housing complex’s 16-month worker strike comes to an end. [Daily News]
Talk about gentrification: fish-and-chips shop coming to Nostrand Ave. [Brownstoner]
Renovating the bathroom? Here’s the upgrades worth paying for. [Brick U]
Bridge connecting Squibb and Brooklyn Bridge parks begins construction. [BH Blog]
Four Hudson Square rowhouses landmarked. [DNAinfo]
More on food start-ups moving to old Pfizer factory. [NY Times]
Commish Janette Sadik-Khan will deliver Mumford lecture at City College. [ArchPaper]