On the Market: Art Collective Returns, Legally This Time; Red Hook Shares Its Recipes; A Barclays BID?

A pissing contest over granite posts at Katharine Hepburn’s CT estate. [NYT]
Does a landlord have to disclose a recent death before renting an apartment? [FIPS]
Red Hook restaurants share recipes to help with post-Sandy rebuilding. [BK Paper]
Downtown Brooklyn Partnership proposes Barclays BID. [Brownstoner]
How higher taxes will affect luxury real estate. [Forbes]
A coastal community in Staten Island reconsiders building by water. [CapitalNY]
Residents drop lawsuit, flee stinky Manhattan Beach building. [Daily News]
How to make your listing stand out among the post-holiday glut. [NYT]
Lenox Lounge dismantling spotlights need for historic preservation in Harlem. [DNAinfo]
Queens art collective busted by authorities is back, and it’s legal this time. [WSJ]
My Brooklyn, screening this week, tackles gentrification in the borough. [Atlantic Cities]
City is housing more homeless residents in apartment buildings. [DNAinfo]
Just what the West Village needs: an IHOP. [Gothamist]

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