On the Market: Looking at “Average” Downtown Apts.; Bed-Stuy Landmarking and Gentrification; Duchovny’s $9 M. Mansion

What an absolutely average ($1.463 M.) Manhattan apartment looks like. [Curbed]
Sopranos creator David Chase buys Kelly Rippa’s $24 M. penthouse. [NY Post]
Two Trees begins public review for BAM building. [BK Paper]
David Duchovny and Tea Leoni’s lovely maisonette yours for $9.25 M. [Curbed]
Would adding a Bed-Stuy historic district abet gentrification? [NY Times]
It would indeed be very costly to slow down subway cars entering the station. [Streetsblog]
Cosmos soccer team launch rival stadium bid in Nassau County. [Journal]
Digging into the gentrification in Crown Heights. [Narratively]
Sandy is slamming property values in hard-hit parts of Brooklyn and Queens. [NY Post]
Ditto Jersey. [Journal]
Instagram’s growing popularity with real estate brokers. [Real Deal]
Hudson Yards could really use an amusement park or an IKEA. [BrickU]
City Tech building crazy new building in Downtown Brooklyn. [Brownstoner]
A very tight 425-square-foot brownstone duplex shines after reno. [NY Times]
Coney Island arcade fighting eviction. [BK Paper]
Watch lots of apartments rising along the High Line. [Curbed]
New Albany bill would crack down on bikini bars. [Daily News]
No wonder—prices are out of control down here. [NY Post]
Rockaways church that pitched in in Sandy now needs help. [Daily News]
Swanky affordable housing project coming to Prospect Lefferts Gardens. [Brownstoner]
More signs Brooklyn rents have gotten so high, everybody’s moving to Manhattan. [DNAinfo]
If everyone else is sneaking a pet into your no-pets building, should you? [NY Post]
Super fancy new synagogue opens in Lincoln Square. [DNAinfo]
The H&M is taking shape on the Fulton mall. [Brownstoner]
Vegas will not lobby for Cuomo’s upstate casinos—not a good sign for gov. [Journal]