On the Market: The Big Business of Haunted Houses; Andrew Garfield Ponders Printing House Pad; Citigroup Plans to Stay Put on Greenwich Street

Horse carriage drivers don’t want to chauffeur antique cars. [CapitalNY]
Starbucks plans to open Upper East Side tea bar. [Crain’s]
De Blasio wishy washy on pedestrian plaza issue. [Gothamist]
NYPL delays release of designs for its Fifth Avenue main branch. [WSJ]
How run down housing hurts the children who live in it. [AC]
Revisiting the ongoing saga of One Madison Park. [Curbed]
The business of boo: Haunted houses and the people who put them on. [NYT]
Andrew Garfield rumored to be pondering a Printing House pad. [Post]
Citigroup staying put on Greenwich Street, poised to sign mega lease. [WSJ]
Times Square’s spectacularly seedy Hotel Carter may finally get cleaned up. [DNAinfo]
Red Rooster chef Marcus Samuelsson accused of stiffing his broker. [Post]
Joe Sitt adds new division that will focus exclusively on housing. [Crain’s]
Despite national slowdown, sales in the greater New York market heat up. [WSJ]