On the Market: Stuytown Deal Reached; Buffet Divests One Madison; Park Slope Armory’s Slow Transformation

It’s time to start shopping in the Hamptons—and vulture time at that. [Daily News, Post]
The Brokerbabble Glossary decodes “dramatic” amenities. [Curbed]
MetLife reaches Stuytown agreement after five years. [Bloomberg]
Not just the Empire State Building: everyone gaga for building light shows. [Journal]
Museum of Urban Reclaimed Space recalls transformation of the LES. [NY Times]
Warren Buffet’s son selling Madison Square beauty. [Curbed]
Crown Heights hoping for a downzoning. [Brownstoner]
Slow zones, with 20 mph limit, gaining popularity across the city. [Streetsblog]
Three units sell at 34 Greene in combo $19 million deal. [Real Deal]
Fighting plans to keep 9/11 remains at ground zero museum. [NY Times]
The Park Slope Armory becomes a hub, and it only took two decades. [Crain’s]
Sex in the City
townhouse flipping for $9.6 million. [Curbed]
Douglaston angers neighbors by redeveloping Mott Haven community garden. [DNAinfo]
A history of the Brooklyn Museum. [Brownstoner]
Grand Concourse mansion becoming arts center. [Daily News]

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