On the Market: Do Taxi Fare Increases Mean Lower Tips? The Lost Landmarks of 2012; As Cities Become Safer, Suburbs Become More Dangerous

In spite of Sandy, plans for the Staten Island ferris wheel move forward. [Atlantic Cities]
Homeless Huguette Clark heir dies of hypothermia in Wyoming. [Post]
Times are changing: married artists leave the LES loft they’ve occupied since 1967. [NYT]
The lost landmarks of 2012, Lenox Lounge among them. [Lost City]
Mold emerges as a formidable challenge after Sandy. [CBS]
Are NYers skimping on taxi tips after the fare increase? [NYT]
Where the rats are. [Gothamist]
Should the East River Park get a $1 million wetland? [DNAinfo]
The year in review on Crown Height’s Franklin Avenue. [I Love Franklin Ave.]
The transformation and gentrification of Manhattan’s Far West Side. [WSJ]
Money, mouth: Million Dollar Listing’s Ryan Serhant moves to West Chelsea. [TRD]
Anonymous donor gives South Street Seaport Museum $500,000. [DNAinfo]
We might as well all move to the suburbs: Former Mars Bar becomes a TD Bank. [Post]
As cities become safer, suburbs become more dangerous. [WSJ]

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