On the Market: The Modernist Townhouses of William Lescaze; the Ferry and the Hospitals; Where’s That Central Park Pic From?

Won’t someone please save William Lescaze’s lovely, dowdy Kramer house? [NY Times]
Six real estate bigs make their predictions ahead of REBNY dinner. [Crain’s]
Ferry accident shows how thin city’s hospitals are stretched. [Journal]
Breezy Point couple surprised by unexpected new home. [Daily News]
Newest Times Square valentine heart unveiled. [Curbed]
The Upper East Side does not want your glassy new buildings. [NY Times]
Where’d that crazy aerial picture of Central Park come from? [Atl Cities]
A whole bunch of Chinese investors got together for Delancey development. [Real Deal]
It’ll be an ugly year to be a renter in Manhattan. [Journal]
New rules will curb risky mortgages. [Crain’s]
Preacher opposes Bed-Stuy landmarking. [Brownstoner]
Only $32.5 M. for this 15 CPW spread? [Real Deal]
New support for creating QueensWay, borough’s own High Line. [NY Times]
Can Downtown Brooklyn fix its congestion problem. [ArchPaper]
Your apartment flooded during Sandy—still worried about long-term mold? [BrickU]
City agency making a big home at Bronx’s Banknote Building. [Journal]
These five outrageous apartments just will not sell. [Curbed]
The value of a brownstone basement. [Brownstoner]
Developer buys Gowanus warehouse for $14 M., preps luxury development. [DNAinfo]
NYPD keeps up great track record of reporting on pedestrian deaths in 2013. [Streetsblog]
Bronx Councilman takes a stand for accessible taxis. [CapitalNY]
A stately UEW townhouse wants only $30 M. [NY Times]
Willets Point development site trades for $21 M. [Real Deal]
An oral history of Zebulon, Williamsburg’s genre-bending music venue. [CapitalNY]
City insists 9/11 remains will be safe in underground museum. [NY Post]
Developers, like residents, rushed to make deals before fiscal cliff hit. [NY Post]
Forest Hills is happening, and it even has an awful, cheeky name: FoHi. [BrickU]