On the Market: A Huge Property Tax Break for Goldman Sachs; Coney Island Pleads for Its Own Ferry; Councilmember Threatens to Stymie BAM Condo Plans

The Super Bowl will bring a toboggan to Times Square in 2014?! [Gothamist]
Marketing professionals rejoice at finding $2,500 one-bedroom in Boerum Hill. [NYT]
Coney Island businesses want city to subsidize ferry from Manhattan. [Bk Paper]
Soho Louis Vuitton adds in-store atelier. [Racked]
Rents rise in Manhattan; the median rent in Soho/Tribeca is now $5,300. [Crain’s]
Bike share is popular, but plagued by uncommon glitches. [NYT]
Subtle forms of discrimination still persist in the housing market. [Atlantic Cities]
The 1910 “high class” apartments of New York. [Curbed]
Goldman Sachs to get huge property tax break on headquarters. [TRD]
Cobble Hill produce store space to become bar. [DNAinfo]
But you know who isn’t complaining about Citibike glitches? Queens. [Brownstoner]
Dumbo mom takes storage ottoman to the next level with storage beanbag. [DNAinfo]
At $30k a month, triplex loft in the Village is too rich for even successful artists. [WSJ]
Letitia James threatens to withhold support for condo and cultural center. [Crain’s]
A lot of people are still against the NYCHA land-lease luxury housing plan. [WSJ]

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