On the Market: Decorating with Taxidermy; An Eco-friendly Luxury Rental In Bed-Stuy; Oscar Neimeyer, Architect Who Dreamed Brasilia Dies

Neighbors bummed: Stalled condo project at 150 Charles is back on track. [WSJ]
Bed-Stuy is getting an eco-friendly luxury rental on Fulton. [Curbed]
Unsatisfied with New York, Joe Sitt is developing property in Mexico. [The Real Deal]
Chinatown businesses struggle in the aftermath of Sandy. [WSJ]
Taxidermy takes center stage in the Tribeca loft of photog Arne Svenson. [NYT]
The unassuming storefronts of Hell’s Kitchen, gone forever. [Ephemeral NY]
Brooklyn Heights residents are sick of film shoots. [DNAinfo]
Brazilian architect Oscar Neimeyer, the man who dreamed Brasilia, is dead at 104. [NYT]
Goggle is eager to occupy some 300,000 square feet of Chelsea market. [Crain’s]
A historic look at that haunted castle of luxury condos: 455 Central Park West. [Curbed]
Inside the 7th Avenue subway extension. [Second Avenue Sagas]
Many of Chelsea’s luxury buildings and galleries remain without heat. [DNAinfo]
The under-40 upstarts who are shifting NY’s real estate scene. [The Real Deal]