On the Market: WTC Woes Continue; Goodbye Jehovah’s Witnesses; the Future of Bike Lanes

WTC finally rising, but now there are no tenants to be had. [Journal]
Queens pols miffed about Civic Virtue move. [Daily News]
285 Madison, building where Y&R employee died, on the block for $150 M. [NY Post]
Ex-council speaker building big Bronx development. [NY Times]
SHoP partner, Columbia dean Vishaan Chakrabarti flips Tribeca duplex: $5.7 M. [Real Deal]
BAM! Emiril’s UES townhouse now wants $13.5 million. [Curbed]
After three month delay, Chatanooga bike share opens (same glitch as us). [Streetsblog]
Torch passes at Rockrose Development from one Elghanayan to another. [Real Deal]
Brooklyn Eagle building totally gone. [Brownstoner]
Nifty new-old Tribeca loft development. [Curbed]
The last of the Jehovah’s Witnesses properties in Brooklyn Heights is for sale. [Real Deal]
The funky subway shuffle of the Hearld Square Q-Train. [NY Times]
Atlantic Avenue “sarcofagi” bollards finally being removed. [WNYC]
Will bike lanes survive? Bogotá’s parks commish says yes. [ArchPaper]
LPC still doesn’t love new Seaport townhouses. [Curbed]
Yet another Alan Ginsberg property for sale: $16.5 M apartment building. [EV Grieve]
Scott Stringer opposes new nursing home on Upper West Side. [DNAinfo]
A hopeless main street: 162nd Street in Queens. [Queens Crap]

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