Phase three High Line renderings are leaked, Tom Cruise chooses Sotheby’s broker in NY-area home hunt … and more

July 27, 2012 08:00AM

1. MTA proposes $1 surcharge on new MetroCards [Post]
2. A look at High Line renderings not slated to be released until August [DNAinfo]
3. In search for N.Y.-area home, Tom Cruise reaches out to Sotheby’s International broker Donna Senko [NYDN]
4. The downsides of refinancing your mortgage twice [NYT]
5. Harlem leader claims DOT is erasing “history” by widening Adam Clayton Jr. Blvd median to increase pedestrian safety [NYDN]
6. From futon to fancy: Jeremy Lin moves into Houston’s famed luxury Mosaic Building [Post]
7. Port Authority introduces lady avatar employee today at Newark airport [Capital NY]
8. Is co-op owner forced out of home by upstairs renovation responsible for maintenance fees? [NYT]
9. Bay Ridge pol tries to convert dilapidated house into new home for a wounded veteran [NYDN]
10. Billionaire hedge funder Eddie Lampert moves firm to Florida from Conn. as part of income tax-saving ploy, but employees stay behind [Post]
11. McCarren Pool “Fight Club” posters, mocking recent incidents, removed from Williamsburg [Post]
12. Hunts Point activist wants to parlay gentrification and turn shuttered juvenile detention facility into housing, healthcare and culinary school facility [DNAinfo]
13. An Upper East Side couple’s journey across the city for a larger apartment [NYT]
14. Las Vegas window washers stuck 37 stories in air for three hours after platform fails [NYDN]
15. Prologis, largest holder of warehouses worldwide, may sell $800M of U.S. properties this year [Bloomberg]
16. Former Christie aide, who resigned over loan controversy, picked to lead  N.J. economic development agency [NYT]
17. Police tape stuck in a tree becomes a dizzying ordeal for one Manhattan homeowner [NYT]
18. Hotel Wolcott’s spooky details are part of its charm [NYDN]
19. Inside a restored Victorian brownstone in Bed-Stuy [NYT]