On the Market: Cuomo and de Blasio Beg Feds to Save Hospitals; Walker Tower Penthouse Sells for $50.2 M.; McMansions are Back!

New Yorkers share their stories of apartment thefts. [BrickUnderground]
Streetcars are about a lot of things; transit isn’t really one of them. [NextCity]
Cuomo and de Blasio join forces to plead for feds for funds to save hospitals. [WSJ]
Ridiculous things: 101 Bedford now has a beach and a recording studio. [DNAinfo]
Walker Tower penthouse closes for $50.2 million, sets new downtown record. [Curbed]
Some business are priced out of Brooklyn, others move there for cheaper rent. [Brokelyn]
McMansions are back! (With multiple kitchens and locker-room sized bathrooms.) [NYT]
Who needs Hudson when you can rent a cabin in Williamsburg for $3,500/month? [Curbed]
As the Super Bowl approaches, Jersey hotels jack up their prices higher than Manhattan. [WSJ]
The state is changing how it doles out financing to developers of 80/20 projects. [Crain's]
It’s not the penthouse, but Princess Firyal has listed her Pierre duplex for $70 M. [TRD]
Now the UES is whining that trash removal is too slow. [Post]
In Bowie, Md., one house’s story mirrors the housing market from the 1990s until today. [NYT]