On the Market: 1956 Bowery Doc Revived; Walking the BQE; Real Estate Social Networking

New renderings and photos show an impressive Fulton Transit Center. [DNAinfo]
Park Slope wants a bigger historic district to protect against AY over development. [BK Paper]
Is this $15.7 million Carroll Gardens townhouse a joke? [Brownstoner]
Two Trees continue the Manhattan March with Flatiron office building. [Crain’s]
A midtown penthouse for $32 million. [Real Deal]
MTA no-trash-can plan actually working, keeping stations cleaner. [Daily News]
Tax credits approved for Harlem artist housing. [NY Times]
Walking the BQE shows the ruin Moses wrought. [Streetsblog]
Missing gritty old New York? A 1956 doc on the Bowery comes to DVD. [NY Times]
Developers finding deals again. [Crain’s]
Will the city really make $1 billion on the sale of taxi medallions? [NY Post]
Rentals are big in Jersey, too. [Journal]
A social network for real estate? [Real Deal]
Julian Schnabel’s ex does decor as payback. [NY Times]

On the Market: 1956 Bowery Doc Revived; Walking the BQE; Real Estate Social Networking