On the Market: Big Green Apple; Another Colossus for the Far West Side; Whither Brooklyn’s Middle Class

So what’s middle class in Brooklyn? [Brownstoner]
Governor Cuomo outlines budget, including Sandy and infrastructure [Times, Journal]
Another 1,000-footer for Far West Side by Joe Moinian. [NY Post]
Obama first president to walk to inaugural along bike lane. [Streetsblog, WNYC]
Inside the new housing options show at Museum of the City of NY. [Journal]
Is the National Tennis Center in Flushing really “public space?” [CapitalNY]
Blogger says NYU hasn’t quite ruined the West Village. [BrickU]
Bedford Avenue Salvation Army is coming down. [Brownstoner]
LPC spikes awful Gage & Tolner shop. [Curbed]
Inside Ian Schrager’s 40 Bond beauty. [FT]
Sales boomed in the fourth quarter thanks to the tax cliff. [Crain’s]
Mayor Bloomberg’s ex-wife cuts price on Soho condo to $15.8 M. [Curbed]
New 7 Bryant Park is good but not good enough for New York. [Real Deal]
New York is growing in green buildings. [Crain’s]
Scott Stringer wants to probe unsafe subway platforms. [WNYC]
There is a plague of un-heated homes in the Bronx. [Daily News]
There’s a Williamsburg West submarket? Well, it’s killing it. [Real Deal]
More sidewalk cafes for Long Island City. [DNAinfo]
Brooklyn’s Loews Theater set to break ground today. [NY Post]
Even if Manhattan real estate is soaring, there is room for self-storage. [NY Times]
This Chelsea townhouse is almost suburban. [Journal]
Insane Hudson River Bridge never built, taller than Woolworth Building. [Curbed]
Why wasn’t there any Brooklyn honey at the inauguration. [NY Times]
Finally, you can live in an old Nazi bunker. [Journal]
“Hipster Lakes” in McCarren Park will finally get drained. [Brownstoner]
Headline of the day: “Fire in Hipsterville.” [NY Post]