On the Market: Woolworth Crown Sold; Barclays Center on the Map; Two New Landmarks

When all the Brobos get divorced, Brooklyn real estate demand will skyrocket. [The Awl]
Israeli firm buys top floor of Woolworth Building. [Crain’s]
Joe Moinian wants  a huge 200-foot retail flagship on lower Fifth Avenue. [NY Post]
Crazy Battery Park City carousel shaping up nicely. [DNAinfo]
Andre Balazs wins East Village support for rehabbed Cooper Square Standard. [Curbed]
Gallery photographer selling unusual Soho loft for $5.75 million. [Real Deal]
The Barclays Center now on the map—the subway map, that is. [Second Ave. Sagas]
States are not spending mortgage settlement money on helping homeowners. [NY Times]
Is the new Bossert Hotel owner also a slumlord? [NY Post]
Horse stables and Sears warehouse landmarked. [Real Deal]
Brooklyn Daily Eagle building sold for $3.5 million. [Brownstoner]
Public advocate does not think selling off muni meters is a good idea. [Journal]
Murray Hill used to be less terrible, but lifers still like living there. [BrickU]
Is the $55 million Plaza apartment the most boring place on the market? [Curbed]
Atlantic Avenue bid wants to clean up already-nice stretch. [DNAinfo]
Library promises to hire more staff, an attempt to sooth boos about redesign. [Journal]
What’s a cathedral ceiling, even? [Curbed]
Nostrand Avenue express bus almost here, second for the Bronx. [Brownstoner, DNAinfo]
DSK countersues the maid who sued him. [NY Times]

On the Market: Woolworth Crown Sold; Barclays Center on the Map; Two New Landmarks