On the Market: What If Your Neighbor Is a Hoarder? The Super Bowl Makes Hustlers Out of Us All; Related Demands Massive Willets Point Tax Break

New York State lavishes $1 M. tax credit on huge chain store. [Crain’s]
De Blasio’s potential picks for the city’s top real estate slots. [TRD]
What to do when your neighbor is a hoarder. [NYT]
Forest City Ratner to begin stacking modular units next week. [Brownstoner]
Greenwood cemetery celebrates its silent film stars with a screening. [BkPaper]
Know your audience: developer plans Park Slope rental aimed at yuppies. [DNAinfo]
Rich NJ homeowners can’t resist the chance to rake in Super Bowl rental dough. [WSJ]
How the middle class crunch pushes the truly poor out of affordable housing. [AC]
And, scene! Hollywood screenwriter David Koepp wants $9.9 M. for his UWS townhouse. [Curbed]
Considering the history of the Campanile, River House’s less famous East River sister. [NYT]
Bronx Kingsbridge ice center still tangled in drama days before city council vote. [Crain’s]
Equestrian estate in Colt’s Neck (really!), NJ is the priciest listing in the state at $35 M. [TRD]
Selling off the New York Telephone Company’s massive physical legacy. [WSJ]
After the High Line, all abandoned train tracks are “the next High Line!” (Because obviously!?) [Curbed]
Unsatisfied with paying $1 for Willets Point land, Related and Sterling also want $43 M. in tax breaks. [NYDN]
The unfortunately-named Peter Poon is designing a 31-story hotel at South Street Seaport. [Curbed]