On the Market: Whither Javits, Post-Casino?; Rapid Repairs Not Rapid Enough; Carroll Garden’s $4 M. Record

Miss Brooklyn named this year’s Miss America. [NY Times, BK Paper]
Michael Gross catalog’s the city’s most sought after buildings today. [Daily Beast]
The Green Goblin’s penthouse from first Spiderman movie is for sale . [Curbed]
Piano, Libeskind and Williams & Tsien on building their own homes. [Journal]
What’s happening to the Javits Center, now that Cuomo abandoned it? [Crain’s]
Steve Cuozzo thinks city needs to get the lead out with Midtown rezoning. [NY Post]
And yet many landlords still find Grand Central appealing. [Crain’s]
City’s Rapid Repair program needs its own fixes, stranding thousands. [Daily News]
Carroll Gardens notches highest sale ever for $4 M. brownstone. [Brownstoner]
Speaker Quinn poo poos bike lanes as dinner conversation. [WNYC]
New Astor Place office building fits in and stands out. [Journal]
Architects design very fancy stray cat homes. [Curbed]
New shiny LED installation coming to WFC Winter Garden. [ArchPaper]
Might the L train get security doors? [NY Post]
Landlords will have to repair their buildings better now. [Real Deal]
How Joan Swift quietly became Douglas Elliman’s top broker. [Real Deal]
A high-rise for stray cats in Washington Heights. [Daily News]
Sleek lower Fifth Avenue condo tower almost finished. [Curbed]
Local BID wants to pony up money to improve Herald Square pedestrian plaza. [Journal]
Trading Yorkville for Ridgewood, Queens: less different than you’d think. [BrickU]
Almost a dozen small buildings coming to Lefferts Place in Clinton Hill. [Brownstoner]
New flood zones could drive up insurance costs for unsuspecting homeowners. [NY Post]
After Sandy, everybody wants a back-up generator for their building now. [NY Times]
Toll Bros. bought two parking garages, anticipating Hudson Square rezoning. [Real Deal]
Expansion of schools boosts downtown office spaces. [Journal]

Victorian homes meet Ind-Carribean culture in Richmond Hills, Queens. [NY Times]