On the Market: Wavy 290 Mulberry Back from Dead; College Kids Redo Ground Zero Theater

More good housing news: Existing home sales up 4 percent. [Journal]
Just what ground zero needs: Pittsburgh kids dream up 9/11 theater designs. [NY Times]
New Yorkers would welcome more casinos. [NY Post]
Nolita’s SHoPerific 290 Mulberry sold, going rental. [Crain’s]
Meanwhile, a Little Italy building sells, going condo. [Real Deal]
Preservationists oppose Whole Foods’ Gowanus land grab. [Brownstoner]
An insane architect’s triplex in Tribeca. [Curbed]
A new website for Chinese buyers. [Real Deal]
Stronger, better, efficient-er buildings. [ArchPaper]
Last minute holiday tipping advice. [Curbed]
A grinch of a landlord in the Bronx. [Daily News]

On the Market: Wavy 290 Mulberry Back from Dead; College Kids Redo Ground Zero Theater