On the Market: Could Broken Windows Make New York Affordable Again? Mapping New York’s Movie Theater History; Live In an Old Schoolbus for Just $8K.!

Sluggish Manhattan office market highlights slowness of recovery. [WSJ]
Even in Manhattan’s gaga market, poll reveals declining broker confidence. [Crain’s]
Maybe what New York needs is a crime wave to turn back gentrification? [New Yorker]
Mapping New York’s movie theater history through the decades. [Gothamist]
A broker who goes far beyond house hunting for not-quite-billionaire foreigners. [NYT]
Mass transit breaks for commuters poised to expire Jan. 1. [Crain’s]
Condos, condos everywhere: Gramercy hardware store will be replaced by condos. [DNAinfo]
Shh! Quiet co-working space opens in Gowanus. [PMFA]
New TF Cornerstone building on 57th Street also loves the cantilever! [NYimby]
No one wants to move in, but the Sex in the City house has an impressive sales history. [Curbed]
Louisville’s downtown to be decorated with Steadman-designed Hunter S. Thompson banner. [AC]
Residents living next to Brooklyn Bridge say all-night construction is keeping them up. [NYDN]
Edward Stone Durrell’s former concrete-fronted townhouse hits the market for $9.95 M. [NYT]
McMansions in the sky: colossal condos appeal to buyers who believe bigger-is-better. [WSJ]
Live in this “four-bedroom” schoolbus in Bushwick for just $8,000! [Curbed]