On the Market: Laguardia Finally Getting a Less Dumpy Terminal? Annie Leibovitz Offloads West Village Complex for $28.5 M.; A 60/40 Affordable Housing Development May Rise In Hell’s Kitchen

MTA seeks to oust UES building’s tenants during Second Avenue subway construction. [DNAinfo]
Barnes and Noble, all but vanished from Manhattan, plans to close Fifth Avenue shop. [Crain’s]
Will travelers finally get a replacement for LaGaurdia’s dumpy central terminal? [WSJ]
News to no one: homes in Bedford, NY are picturesque, spacious, close to the city. [NYT]
Study joyously documents Brooklyn’s insanely high cost of housing. [Gothamist]
Polar vortex made train travel hell these last few days. [AC]
Invesco’s Instrata at Mercedes House is 100 percent leased. [TRD]
Annie Leibovitz sells West Village townhouse trio for $28.5 million. [LuxuryLiving]
Slate goes digging for treasure in Dead Horse Bay, finds some actual horse teeth. [Slate]
The most expensive new development in 2013 was the Zeckendorf’s 18 Gramercy. [TRD]
J.P. Morgan realized something was up with Madoff’s accounts, but didn’t alert authorities. [Crain’s]
Brooklynites freak out over Whole Foods’ knife sharpener, fear open whetstone. [DNAinfo]
Residents, and life, have returned to normal in Williamsburg’s now legal loft at 475 Kent. [NYT]
Meanwhile, the music venue at 285 Kent, draws mourners closing after 8 years. [BkPaper]
Developers propose 60/40 affordable housing complex in Hell’s Kitchen. [DNAinfo]
At Avenue D’s Alphabet Plaza, a lucky few will snag one of the 30 affordable units. [Curbed]