On the Market: Buyers Snap Up Manhattan Buildings, Homes; What Should Midtown East Look Like? Gale International Goes For Turnkey Development Site

Landlord doesn’t pay power bill, Washington Heights residents lose electricity. [DNAinfo]
Losing bidder in huge Harlem redevelopment project calls foul. [WSJ]
Gee whiz! MTA has finally agreed to a comprehensive study of the G Train. [Bk Paper]
Developers scramble for land, driving out renters, the middle class. [NYT]
Manhattan homes are snapped up in a unusually brisk midwinter market. [WSJ]
City hopes lure to tourists to Staten Island, Washington Heights, the Bronx. [DNAinfo]
UWS townhouse owners want 7 times what they paid in 1998. [Curbed]
Duplex owned by art connoisseurs sells for $21 million. [NYT]
Proposal for 15-story building irks Fifth Avenue neighbors. [TRD]
City of the future or relic of the past? What should Midtown East look like? [WSJ]
New York parents are tired of waiting for everything all the time. [NYT]
Joe Sitt wants $500 million for 11-story Soho office building. Good luck on that. [NYP]
Gale International buys turnkey development site from Extell in Chelsea. [NYT]