On the Market: WTC Mall Deal Reached; Amazing Accordion Apartment; Inside Kips Bay Show ‘House’

Westfield finally closes on the huge retail portion of the World Trade Center. [NY Post]
Can we please do something with the Con Ed powerhouse already? [NY Times]
Finally, a retailer for 11 Times Square: a fancy Russian restaurant. [Journal]
Inside the Kips Bay Show House (not in Kips Bay, or a house). [Curbed, Real Deal]
Condos and co-ops desperate for tax relief. [NY Post]
The most abandoned bikes in the city. [WNYC]
A look at New York’s ever-higher apartment buildings. [NY Times]
Meanwhile, amidst the most expensive homes in the outer boroughs. [Journal]
Maybe the coolest apartment ever—it’s like an accordion. [Curbed]
Is buying an income-restricted apartment worth it? [NY Times]
Two new demure condo towers are rather nice, sez critic. [Real Deal]
No more booze cruises on the LIRR. [Journal]
Senator Tony Avella wants DOB commish basically because he’s weal. [Daily News]
How to be sure that’s a bed bug. [BrickU]
The city’s 15 hottest doormen. [Curbed]
Fourth Avenue to get safer for pedestrians. [Streetsblog]
Upper West Side wants 20 mile-per-hour speed limits. [DNAinfo]
Performers can return to Washington Square Park. [NY Times]
Mayor signs sunscreen legislation, exposing regulatory challenges of “green.” [ArchPaper]

On the Market: WTC Mall Deal Reached; Amazing Accordion Apartment; Inside Kips Bay Show ‘House’