On the Market: NYU 2031 Done; Amanda Burden Worried By Chelsea Market Addition; Foamstone Brooklyn

Jaw-dropping pics of workers inspect crane 93 floors up at 1 WTC. [Daily News]
NYU expansion gets final thumbs up from City Council. [Curbed, NY Times]
Planning commish skeptical of Chelsea Market’s impact on High Line. [DNAinfo, Crain’s]
Lots of Hampton sales, but no blockbusters. [Journal]
Ditto Madonna, who is renting out East in the off season. [NY Post]
Developer turning Cobble Hill warehouse into row of new brownstones. [Real Deal]
The Garment District is rebranding because all the garments are gone. [Journal]
Looks like brownstone, made of foam, a green alternative. [BK Paper]
Fort Greene lifer and real estate broker writes play about gentrification. [NYT/Local]
City Council wants more details from HPD on who gets subsidies. [Crain’s]
Gentrification watch: Conn. Muffin opening on Nostrand. [Brownstoner]
An architectural tour along the G-train. [BK Paper]
MTA desperate to wrench money from union, end year with surplus. [Journal]
Giving a Bed-Stuy brownstone the full Victorian. [NY Times]
Yet another model-turned-broker. [Real Deal]
Dumbo just keeps getting nicer and nicer and nicer. [NY Post]
Making galley kitchens work. [BrickU]
The PATH train is reaching record ridership. [NY Post]
New York and New Jersey wrestling over hosting Super Bowl events. [Journal]
A double standard for cars and buses on the Tappan Zee Bridge. [Streetsblog]