On the Market: Craigslisting Gehry; A Vote for Transit; New York No. 1 In Sales

An interview with Tommy Craig, principal of Hines New York (we profiled them this week). [NY Times]

Mortgage rates dip below 4 percent again. [Journal]

At almost $40 billion, New York tops the world in property sales. [Crain’s]

Fabulous Frederick Eklund takes on the world (well, he’s opening a brokerage in Stokholm). [Real Deal]

A peak inside Toll Brothers Dumbo faux warehouse, 220 Water. [Brownstoner]

Forget the Democrats – it was a good election for mass transit. [Streetsblog]

City Hall Park getting spruced up. [NY Post]

The New York Historical Society spruces up its stained glass. [NY Times]

Everything’s on Craiglist, even Frank Gehry! [Curbed]

It’s usually not a good negotiating tactic to bring your architect before you’ve closed. [Brick Underground]

The noise! The racket! The baby! Time to move. [NY Times]

On the Market: Craigslisting Gehry; A Vote for Transit; New York No. 1 In Sales