On the Market: Landmarked Manhattan; NJ Sup. Ct. Saves Mt. Laurel; Unions Sue Ratner Over Prefab

REBNY study finds that 36 percent of Manhattan below 110th Street is landmarked. [NYP]
NJ Supreme Court stops Chris Christie from gutting the Mt. Laurel affordable housing doctrine. [WSJ]
Rockefeller University wants to deck over the FDR. [Crain’s]
Outer borough market reports are out. [WSJ]
Manhattan office market heats up—at least for buildings that can be converted to housing. [Crain’s]
Goldman Sachs may be the lead investor in the Kingsbridge Armory Ice Center. [NYP]
Unions sue Forest City Ratner to try to stop prefab tower at Atlantic Yards. [NYP]
TF Cornerstone carves space out of its LIC tower for iconic PepsiCo sign. [NYT]
Some staff units at 432 Park will go for under $3 million. [TRD]
“Donald Trump is not a major player in New York City real estate.” [TRD]
Landmarks hears West Village brick-and-glass mid-rise proposal. [Curbed]
The Post still hates rent regulation. [NYP]