On the Market: 4 WTC Makes the Most of Not Having Tenants; Developers Submit New LICH Proposals; Artist Builds Cabin Inside Her Bushwick Loft

Owning a New York City home but not being able to afford the heat. [NYT]
In lieu of tenants, 4 WTC hosts parties, events, movie shoots. [WSJ]
Permits have finally been filed for that long-delayed HFZ tower on Bryant Park. [TRD]
UWS landlord threatens to convert SRO into homeless shelter if he can’t Airbnb rooms. [WSR]
Money and developers increasingly look to Queens. [WSJ]
De Blasio will need to contend with looming battle over UES waste transfer station. [NYT]
But he seems to be backing away from the carriage horse ban, at least for now. [CNY]
Big name developers, including Fortis and Related, vie to take over LICH. [Crain’s]
Affordable Kensington attracts both former Manhattanites and far-out Brooklynites. [NYT]
Good news! Bicyclists are more considerate than they were 4 years ago. [Gothamist]
And sad news: Sochi likely to exterminate all its stray dogs before the Olympics. [AC]
Sunnyside CSA goes Brooklyn, wants to add wine, kombucha and pickles. [DNAinfo]
But it’s nothing compared to the artist with a cabin and treehouse in her Bushwick loft. [Curbed]
Meanwhile, Brooklyn-whisperer Jonathan Butler’s 1000 Dean is almost finished. [Brownstoner]