On the Market: Time for Haunted Houses; Markowitz Cool With Greenpoint Mega-Development; Landmarks Approves 57th Street SHoP Designed-Tower

LICH closing delayed yet again, but beleaguered hospital is far from safe. [Crain’s]
It’s haunted house time! The “emotional cilantro” of real estate. [Gothamist]
Cobble Hill reconvenes for update on local homeless shelter. [Bk Paper]
Can a makeover fetch the much-listed Waterfall Mansion $39 M? [Curbed]
RXR Realty sues over $650 million deal gone bad. [Crain’s]
The cultural paradoxes of 21st Century New York. [NYT]
Rockaways’ boardwalk won’t be returning for some time. [WSJ]
Nobel Prize-winning economist doesn’t think buying a house is such a great idea. [AC]
Former broker who jumped into Bronx Zoo tiger pit is sent to mental hospital. [NYDN]
Preservationists push for landmarking of on-the-market 14th Street synagogue. [DNAinfo]
Hot swimsuit model buys even hotter Flatiron apartment. [NYDN]
New York Times continues to shrink its footprint at its flashy headquarters. [Post]
Morali Architects-designed 80 South Street making some incremental progress. [NYimby]
As expected, Related gets a $328 million tax break for Hudson Yards. [Bloomberg]
Why luring middle class kids to failing city schools won’t fix urban education. [AC]
Marty Markowitz gives seal of approval to controversial Greenpoint towers. [Bk Paper]
Airbnb prods users to sign online petition supporting the practice. [Gothamist]
Landmarks surprisingly cool with new SHoP tower cantilevering over Steinway. [Curbed]

On the Market: Time for Haunted Houses; Markowitz Cool With Greenpoint Mega-Development; Landmarks Approves 57th Street SHoP Designed-Tower