On the Market: Port Authority Doubles Down on WTC; REBNY Angry; A Waterfall Runs Through Brooklyn Heights

The George Washington Bridge, world’s biggest, needs some work. [NY Times]
Meanwhile, the Port Authority will spend $2 billion at the WTC, more than all projects combined. [Daily News]
And yet the ground zero cultural center still does not have a clear future. [Journal]
Rumblings at REBNY. [Real Deal]
A sneak peak at Viñoly’s mega-Drake tower [Curbed]
Will LPC approve a waterfall at old BK Eagle building? [Brownstoner]
Joe Sitt and Toll Brothers teaming up on Park Avenue. [Real Deal]
And he’s investing in the Meatpacking District, too. [NY Post]
City turns to students to help green its schools. [Journal]
And now for some NYC gingerbread houses. [Curbed]
American Apparel opening Chelsea super-store. [Real Deal]
Can’t hear you! Said you want a quiet apartment? {NY Times]

On the Market: Port Authority Doubles Down on WTC; REBNY Angry; A Waterfall Runs Through Brooklyn Heights