On the Market: 9/11 Museum to Charge $24 Admission; No Help for the Homeless in Cuomo’s Budget; How Would-Be Renters Can Work Around Bad Credit

The 9/11 Museum plans to charge $24 admission. [Crain’s]
Chicago suburb can’t afford its roads, considers privatization. [AC]
Office space trends of 2014 will involve roofdecks, tech moving to FiDi. [DNAinfo]
Should you rent or buy? A native New Yorker thinks you should rent. [Gothamist]
Willis Avenue bridge accidentally re-named for a delighted David Dinkins. [NYM]
No help for the homeless: State budget bars reimbursements for rental subsidy programs. [WSJ]
Ronan Farrow buys $1.4 million West side condo, across town from his estranged dad. [Post]
Parking reform has the potential to drive down the cost of housing in New York. [Streetsblog]
Just like Florida! Gowanus bar promises cabanas, tropical drinks, shuffleboard. [Brownstoner]
Mapping the holdings of New York’s billionaire landlords. [Forbes]
Ways to get around bad credit when you’re trying to rent. [DNAinfo]
Former Giants player Michael Strahan scores with $2.3 million sale of Tribeca pad. [TRD]
Almost $2 million was improperly removed from dead landlord’s accounts. [NYT]
In not news, Eastern Consolidated exec notes that real estate booms are cyclical. [Crain’s]
Also not news? Retired upstate couple buys Greenwich Village pied-a-terre. [NYT]