On the Market: City Council Caps MSG Permit at 10 Years; The Oldest Houses On the Market; Teenagers Abandon Malls and Communities Reel

Fare hikes could mean $129 metro cards by 2017. [Daily News]
Bid of $710 M. for One Grand Central Place may delay Empire State offering. [WSJ]
Street Fight! Great Jones Street vs. Jones Street. [Untapped Cities]
City Council votes to cap Madison Square Garden’s permit at ten years. [Crain’s]
Fresh Direct may get $127 M. in public subsidies to move to the South Bronx. [Daily News]
New construction is boring! Why not buy one of the oldest houses on the market? [Curbed]
State filings show that One57 wooed a surprising number of apparel executives. [TRD]
Hudson Square throwdown: Brawl at Trump Soho injures model. [DNAinfo]
LICH employees are let go and demonstrators flood the Brooklyn Bridge. [WSJ]
Hotel owner wants $125K a month for his UES townhouse. Good luck. [TRD]
How should communities deal with all the malls abandoned by teenagers? [Atlantic Cities]
Bank repossesses the wrong house while owner is on vacation, sells her stuff. [Gawker]
Plan to turn defunct Harlem school into Boys and Girls club may finally move forward. [DNAinfo]