On the Market: Governors Island 2.0 Sets Sail; Toll Brothers Hearts NY; Noho a Century Ago

Does Chelsea really hate the High Line? This screed says so. [Vanishing NY]
Mayor Bloomberg supports taxi fare hike. [DNAinfo]
Mobster-linked firm working on Columbia collapsed building off project. [Daily News]
Pen and Brush townhouse finally sells for $11.2 million, 25 percent discount. [Curbed]
Construction on first phase of Governors Island transformation underway. [DNAinfo]
How Noho became Noho 100 years ago. [NY Times]
Another office-to-residential conversion, 116 John Street, online in FiDi. [Real Deal]
Finally, rentals with “condo quality.” [Crain’s]
Little renderers! Adorable teens come up with plan for park on Newtown Creek. [BK Paper]
An insane attic in this Fort Greene townhouse. [Brownstoner]
Toll Brothers CEO long on New York City. [Real Deal]
Developer of nice Prospect Heights projects gets underway on ninth one. [Brownstoner]
How ugly is the Gem Hotel Union Square? [Curbed]
Dia at work on new Chelsea outpost, will be designed by SOM. [NY Times]
JP Morgan buys its bank building on Spring Street in Soho. [NY Post]
Fixing a nightmare of truck traffic in Greenwood Heights. [BK Paper]
Forest Hills carousel reopens today. [DNAinfo]
More on the ruin of Atlantic Avenue, thanks to the elevated train. [Brownstoner]
Bootstrapping Iranian finds lovely multi-family in Astoria to call home. [NY Times]
Prime Burger closing after 76 years in Midtown—landlord has “different vision.” [NY Post]