On the Market: Should de Blasio Embrace NYCHA Land Lease? Moving to LA Would Be a Terrible Idea; Wythe Hotel to Sell $17 Bowls of Ramen

Former Coach exec sells his East 70th Street mansion for a near $51 million record. [NYT]
Fairway—New Yorkers say they love it, but the sales don’t show it. [Crain’s]
Chelsea duplex was once a dance studio, now it’s home to a rich family. [WSJ]
Judge bans Aby Rosen from removing Picasso painting for Four Seasons wall. [Post]
Times editorial board urges de Blasio to adopt Bloombergian NYCHA land-lease. [NYT]
Of course, many people still feel that luxury housing on public land is a terrible idea. [Gothamist]
Is Eran Chen designing Brooklyn’s most exciting building in a decade. [NYDN]
MTA promises to promote LIC to make up for shutting down the 7 train. [DNAinfo]
A reporter recollects being trapped at home in the burning Strand condo tower. [NYT]
The temperatures at which cities provide emergency shelter for the homeless. [AC]
Foreign drivers: hardly any cabbies are American-born anymore. [NYT]
Yes, this winter has been terrible, but don’t do something stupid like moving to LA. [Gothamist]
Wythe Hotel to feature $17 bowls of ramen with noodles Fed-ex’ed from CA. [BkPaper]
Citigroup’s move leaves Park Avenue landlords uneasy about the future. [WSJ]