On the Market: Meatpacking Gets Twisted; Larry Gets His Libert Bonds; Union Square Gets Groped

Broker Marion Hodges is still in intensive care. [NY Times]

Taconic preparing to build its twisty Meatpacking office addition. [NY Post]

Macy’s geting a $400 million makeover. [Real Deal]

An island to itself: living in the city makes us happier. [Streetsblog]

Larry Silverstein finally gets his Liberty Bonds. [Journal]

Sky garages for the Lower East Side. [Curbed]

First Park Slope, now Union Square has a “sex fiend” on the loose. [Village Voice]

New John Jay College campus opens, designed by SOM. [NY Times]

Bill deBlasio wants more oversight of economic development projects. [AY Report]

Feds promise not to cut funding for Second Avenue subway. [NY Post]

It was only a matter of time: Wisconsin-themed bar opens in Williamsburg. [BK Paper]

Meanwhile, visiting Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wisconsin. [NY Times]

A “crucial” bridge between Red Hook and Carroll Gardens reopens. [Brownstoner]

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