On the Market: Prep Schools Enlist Parents As Spies; Land Use Committee Pick Pleases Real Estate Community; Javits Center’s $465 M. Reno Fails to Fix Leaky Roof

Indoor “rowing”–a.k.a. erging—wants to be the next spinning. [DNAinfo]
Prep schools enlist moms and dads to spy on prospective students’ parents. [Post]
Real estate machers pleased with land use committee pick David Greenfield. [Crain's]
Americans are fleeing New Jersey faster than any other state. [TRD]
Biggest bragging rights of all: live in Emery Roth’s own apartment for $15K a month. [NYT]|
Families who long for the suburbs are drawn to suburban-esque Kew Gardens. [WSJ]
Fail! Javits Center’ $465 million renovation hasn’t fixed the leaky roof. [Post]
In the dramatic home of an actual diva: soprano Anna Netrebko’s Lincoln Square condo. [NYT]
Apparently companies outside of New York can buy a 212 area code for cachet? [Post]
High-end doggy daycare is becoming increasingly popular. [Crain's]
This is the year the big blue fence surrounding the WTC will finally come down. [WSJ]
In the battle for high-end buyers, co-op and condo boards increasing resemble one another. [NYT]
Brooklyn-based fashion incubator forced to open in cheaper Garment District. [DNAinfo]
Good news for Joan Rivers: her neighbor from hell might have to sell her condo to pay off debt. [NYDN]