Development Pipeline Expected to Swell; Parents Invade Long Island City; And Obama Bumps Rothman’s Opening

New York City developers will deliver more new office space than in any year since the 1980s.  {The Wall Street Journal}

Will Long Island City replace Williamsburg as the next hot neighborhood for gentrifying parents? {The New York Times}

Mainland China, so terribly old, busting at the seams with new glass buildings and office parks.  {The Wall Street Journal}

The ever-polarizing Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation head Andrew Berman gets profiled. {Crain’s New York}

Rothman’s grand opening party at 222 Park Avenue South bumped until next month thanks to Obama. {The Real Deal}

The Daily News manufactures a little controversy surrounding Malkin’s long-standing policy of secularism at ESB. {NYDN}