On the Market: Adelson Gambling on the Javits; Jimmy Fallon’s Childhood Home; Greenpoint Gushes Cash

Bruce Ratner gives a tour of the largely finished Barclays Centre. [Daily News]
The making of the Taxi of Tomorrow, and one spotted in the wild. [NY Times, NY Post]
Sheldon Adelson wants to open a casino at the Javits Center. [NY Post]
Kent Swig loses another building. [Real Deal]
The Census will not increase the city’s 2010 population by 250,000. [NY Times]
Buy Jimmy Fallon’s childhood home in Upstate New York for $220,000. [NY Post]
Commercial leasing takes a dive. [Journal, Real Deal]
Tim Tebow has found his Jersey home. [Curbed]
Greenpoint mulls some crazy ways to spend $20 million. [BK Paper]
Foreclosure shuts down a Tribeca agitprop group. [NY Times]
Goldman Sachs wants to help you buy a house—and not bet against it! [Crain’s]
How Potbelly Sandwich Shop hopes to take Manhattan. [Journal]
Flatiron: from abandoned canyon to mini-mall. [NY Times]
Inside Sunset Park’s new, awful hotel. [Brownstoner]
And more ugly Gowanus condos! [Curbed]
Montclair, still New York’s favorite bedroom community. [Journal]
Was one of the Occupy the Subway guys and MTA conductor? [Daily News]
OWS returns to Brooklyn Bridge, but how to maintain momentum? [NY Post, NY Times]

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