On the Market: NYC Tops Dirty City List; Obama’s Real Estate Bucks; Barclays Center Subway Opens

New York beats out New Orleans and Baltimore as U.S.’ dirtiest city. [T+L, Daily News]
Obama out-raises Romney among NYC real estate bigs. [Real Deal]
London’s lovely new King’s Cross puts Penn Station to shame. [Bloomberg]
City-sponsored contest wants to make Lower Manhattan cool for companies. [Journal]
Landlord fighting with WiP over club’s future after Drake/Brown imbroglio. [NY Post]
Inside the new Barclay’s Center subway station. [Curbed]
MTA cutting back on number of board meetings—anyone care? [Journal, Capital]
MTA fare hikes may be even higher. [NY Post]
And the MTA’s trash can plan is a bust in Park Slope. [BK Paper]
Inside Brooklyn Navy Yard’s moonshine factory. [NY Times]
Barclays Center giving passes away to local groups—including opponents. [Brokelyn]
Dumpster gardens for all! [Curbed]
Overheard: Developer preparing to tear down beloved Broken Angel. [Brownstoner]
A luxury hotel for Bronx Pelham neighborhood—with plenty of parking. [Crain’s]
NYPD pulls down fake ads comparing them to Big Brother. [Daily News]
Warriors remake—part parody, part social commentary—in the works. [BK Paper]
Gambling industry soaks Albany with lobbying cash. [NY Times]
Where should the new Queens bike lanes go? [Streetsblog]
How about bringing the 2024 Olympics to Roosevelt Island? [Curbed]
Construction firm barred from doing city work is doing it anyway. [Daily News]
Closing Indian Point could hobble city’s economy, claims report. [Journal]
Transit union almost shuts down BK bus stop. [NY Post]
Can tech save us from U.N. gridlock? [WNYC]
The hipsters are coming! Bay Ridge fears beer garden. [BK Paper]
The cutest rappers in Brooklyn. [Brownstoner]
Brazilian street artists rocks New York pavement. [NY Times]