On the heels of last week's bubble fever piece, the Times scavenges for the neighborhoods most likely to suffer should the market collapse. Depending on who you believe, the key to survival is either proximity to essential services like supermarkets, dry cleaners, and restaurants (bad news for Harlem and the West '40s) or public transportation (sorry East Village) or architectural history (Williamburg, out). No matter how you slice it, this conclusion seems inevitable: Red Hook is fucked.
· What Happens if it Bursts? [NY Times]
· Bubble Fever and Curbed: So Perfect Together [Curbed]