With the farewell of Below 14th, Lockhart Steele gives Manhattanites (and even some Brooklynites) something tastier to chew on: Curbed, which is "based on the idea that everything in New York City comes back to real estate, rent and the neighborhoods we live in." In other words, it's not just the Lower East Side. It's beautifully designed by Khoi Uong with technology by Eliot Shephard, and Gothamist looks forward to contributors moblogging crowded open houses. We're sure Corcoran, Douglas Elliman, William B. May, and others will be rushing to buy ad space, and if not, they'll be dangling broker-free apartment deals to Steele et al. immediately.