On the Market: Ethan Hawke’s Technicolor House; Cuomo Tells Coastal Sandy Victims to Sell; A Dog Map!

You know it’s cold when the fire hydrants freeze. [EV Grieve]
Residents, brokers, survey bicker over the future of Lower Manhattan. [Crain’s]
Wedged between newer developments, city’s hold-out buildings live up to their name. [Daily News]
Ethan Hawke lists brightly colored Chelsea townhouse for $6.2 million. [Realestaker]
Urban canine-ology: A marvelous map of New York’s dog breeds and names. [WNYC]
Learning more about the Lowline, which still has a long, long way to go. [Curbed]
Gov. Cuomo tells coastal homeowners to sell houses to the state, move inland. [Daily News]
She chews for Jimmy Choos: woman steals designer heels, bites store employee. [DNAinfo]
Is bo-bo Boerum Hill becoming an unlikely arts hub? [Bk Paper]
Developer in Turtle Bay crane collapse could lose his home to foreclosure. [The Real Deal]
After renovation, Loews Regency hotel will donate furnishings to Sandy victims. [Crain’s]
NYC residential sales at highest level since the beginning of the recession. [DNAinfo]
Russell Simmons sells East Hampton house for $7 million. [Post]
Exploring the much-maligned C train. [Untapped Cities]
Brooklyn Bridge Park pedestrian bridge is almost finished. [Bk Heights Blog]
Toll Brothers make a big investment in student housing. [WSJ]