The Closing: Macy's Unofficial 'Brooklyn Love Letter'; Bad News for NYC Pedestrians; Good News for 'Waitlisted Kindergartners'

An in-depth look at the Brooklyn “love Letter” on the Midtown Macy’s garage. [WNYC]

Ian Schrager’s old friends from the Justice Department are back in his life, this time at The Gramercy Park Hotel. [Curbed]

The least scientific survey ever shows that bike lanes are unanimously popular in NYC. [StreetsBlog]

Some interesting “goings-on” under the BQE. [Brownstoner]

Those irritable Brooklyn Heights residents don’t like surprise film shoots. [Brooklyn Heights Blog]

Peter Brant and his wife take their famed relationship skills to a failed deal investing in the Seagram’s Building. [Crain’s]

Two pedestrian deaths in 24 hours. [StreetsBlog]

Tommy Hilfiger WON’T be buying the MetLife Clock Tower. [Curbed]

Good news for waitlisted TRiBeCa kindergartners. Yes, that phrase was “waitlisted TriBeCa kindergartners.” [DNAInfo]