On the Market: Holy Chelsea Condos, Jimmy Breslin Can Finally Swim at Sheffield; Good Economy Bad for Housing?

Ice rink and other sports facilities likely for Kingsbridge Armory. [Daily News]
Cosmo editor-in-chief lives in a haunted UES townhouse. [NY Post]
It’s now cheaper to buy in New York than to rent. [Real Deal]
An economic recovery might actually be bad for the housing market. [Journal]
Is it worth spending only $500/month to live in a Chinatown hellhole? [Curbed]
New supertall CityCenter apartment tower in Downtown Brooklyn unveiled. [BK Paper]
And Dermot’s BAM tower is ready to rise. [Brownstoner]
Nobody surprised by collapse of Queens house onto teens. [Queens Crap]
AG Schneiderman pursues Craigslist scams. [Real Deal]
Inside the new Chelsea Seminary condos. [Curbed]
Jimmy Breslin can finally go for a swim, after four-year delay at the Sheffield. [Journal]
For evidence of bike share’s possibilities, look no further than NYU. [NY Times]
Why not ride those bikes to East Harlem, where new lanes were approved. [Streetsblog]
The Upper East Side likes the fast buses of SBS. [Daily News]
Halstead expands in Brooklyn. [Crain’s]
Architecture billings rise for fourth straight month, a good sign for building. [ArchPaper]
The problems with parking minimums. [Streetsblog]

On the Market: Holy Chelsea Condos, Jimmy Breslin Can Finally Swim at Sheffield; Good Economy Bad for Housing?