On the Market: NYT’s Gentrification Guide; Record Price in Union Square; Visionary Brownsville

Priced out here, move here. [NY Times]
Occupy! Peace in WSP, arrests downtown, partying in the Burg. [Journal, Times, Daily News]
A $16 million combo at 15 USW sets a record? [Real Deal]
A puppy-induced suicide, and is the condo board to blame? [BrickUnderground, NY Post]
Park Avenue flounders while Lower Fifth gets fit (with Reebok). [Crain’s, Journal]
BOO, HOO! Brownstone Brooklyn has no good Chinese food. [BK Paper]
Ditching McMansions: Toll kid transforming historic Williamsburg warehouse. [Journal]
Some housing help from a visionary in Brownsville. [Crain’s]
Developer Charles Cohen has a very slick desk. [Real Deal]
A massive Clinton Hill development up for sale. [Brownstoner]
Cooper Union professor creates toys for blind kids. [ArchPaper]
Secret M.T.A. quotas has union enraged as labor negotiations deteriorate. [NY Post]
Triangle Sports latest long-time Brooklyn biz to be felled by Barclays Centre. [Journal]
The restaurant-food truck showdown continues. [City Limits]
Inside our photographer Patrick McMullen’s West Village townhouse. [Real Deal]

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