Moynihan Station: Now Only $1 Billion Short!

Carroll Gardens: Increasingly unpopular architect Robert Scarano is off yet another job, this time at controversial 360 Smith, which now features a more contextual, though still towering, façade. [Brownstoner]
Clinton: Adding to a string of crimps in big plans for the West Side, the redo of neoclassical Farley Post Office into a train station/moved Madison Square Garden is $1 billion short. Egad. [NYS]
Greenwich Village: Should NYU’s I.M. Pei–designed Silver Towers be landmarked…or are they just, well, ugly? [Gothamist]

Kingsbridge: Last year, this Bronx hood had the most complaints about graffiti, with a boroughwide spike of 58 percent…but in Brooklyn complaints doubled! [NYDN]
Lower Manhattan: What is the sad little preserved façade of historic 211 Pearl Street going to look like when fully enveloped by the Rockrose development rising up around it? [Curbed]
Maspeth: Cause célèbre St. Saviour’s may have found its savior. A cemetery in Middle Village has agreed to take the pretty, imperiled church, dating to 1847, onto its land as long as funds are raised for the move. [Queens Crap]
Williamsburg: “They work harder so you can live better.” Does this ad for a steelworks factory turned luxury condo refer to the city’s toiling service class of yesteryear…or today? [Gowanus Lounge]