On the Market: Extell’s Anguish at Antiques Garage; Huguette Clark’s Connecticut Spread Back; Village Veggie’s Gone

HPD official will plead guilty to taking bribes. [NY Times; Journal]
The vanishing East Village vegetarian restaurant. [Journal]
Morris Moinian buys 1150 Sixth, plans hotel. [NY Post]
Call it the Harlem Re-Revival. [NY Times]
Foreclosure looms at Extell’s Antiques Garage site. [Real Deal]
Buy the farm… that belongs to Edgar Bronfman in Virginia. [Journal]
A lovely profile of cutting-edge architect Charles Renfro. [Out]
Inside a real house wife of LA’s UES home. [Curbed]
61 Fifth Avenue, slender, faux classic condo building, tops out. [Andrew Fine]
Huguette Clark’s Connecticut estate is back on the market, ditto Mel Gibson’s. [Journal]
Throgs Neck, perfect Bronx living on the water. [NY Times]
Can a historic Bed-Stuy brownstone be saved after botched construction? [Brownstoner]
Third phase of the High Line has a lovely bit of preservation. [Real Deal]
Citigroup latest bank to drop big sublease on Midtown, making vacancies tough. [Crain’s]
A century-old brewers rivalry on the Upper East Side. [NY Times]
A Park Slope townhouse given that lofty feel. [Brownstoner]
Queens State Senator Tony Avella compiling list of most derelict properties. [Queens Crap]