On the Market: More Than Enough Billionaires To Go Around; Daily News Digusted, Awestruck By $300 Apartment; Is It Selfish To Have a Singles Pad If You’re Single?

Brokers are positively giddy (more positively giddy than normal). [Crain’s]
Chinese developer seriously considering buying a big stake in the GM building. [WSJ]
The 15 worst housing markets in the country: Austin and College Station Texas lead the way. [TRD]
Worried about Manhattan’s billionaire homebuyers drying up? Don’t be. [NYT]
Turtle Bay’s development is moving at a hare’s pace these days. [WSJ]
Ziel Feldman plans condo-hotel next to Bryant Park. [Post]
Gowanus Whole Foods squeezes right in by the Canal and the Coigent building. [Curbed]
How much for a dumpy little house in an industrial zone of Bushwick? Try $700,000. [WH]
Major league soccer spent $1.7 million in city lobbying fees last year. [Daily News]
Crazy time: animal rights activists infuriated that real fur marketed as fake fur. [DNAinfo]
Opponents and allies agree: Ratner is dragging its heels on the next phase of Atlantic Yards. [Bk Paper]
Guggenheim taps real estate exec Henry Silverman oversee its asset management division. [Crain’s]
Brooklyn readers rally around Pacific branch of public library, protest demolition. [Bk Paper]
Only the lonely: singles design homes for themselves, accused of being “selfish.” [WSJ]
Greenpoint SRO has bedbugs and vermin, but the rent is only $300 a month. [Daily News]
Looking for Brooklyn’s most expensive townhouses? Here you go! [Curbed]