All the latest real estate news from Curbed NY...
1) All Over: Feeling a bit stalker-ish? Then ogle this map of 90count 'em, 90celebrity real estate transactions that took place in New York City this year.
2) All Over: New York City is always changing, but some changes are more crucial than others, like these nine major happenings the city is bracing for in 2015. On the list, the opening of the new Whitney Museum of Modern Art and the continued rise of 57th Street.
3) Bed-Stuy: The Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant has been on the up and up for a few years now, but last month proved decisive for the neighborhood that raised rapper Biggie Smalls. The neighborhood's most expensive condo ever traded for $1.83 million and the neighborhood's most expensive townhouse sold for $2.45 million.
4) Queens: A New York Times endorsement can be a make or break, and this week, the contentious ambition to turn a decommissioned stretch of elevated Long Island Rail Road track into a public park was heralded as a "spectacular idea" by the publication. However, not everyone agrees.
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