Morning Links: A Coney Island Love Letter; Goodbye Lakeside Lounge; Midtown Residents Tired of Car Sex

A love letter to Coney Island. [Gothamist]
Midtown residents sick of clubbers having sex in cars, demand weekend parking ban. [NY Post]
East Village rents drive out another beloved institution: Lakeside Lounge. [NY Times]
Failed Midtown condo conversion project will become hotel. [Crain’s]
NYC-centric bicycling site launches. [Browntoner]
National Black Theatre will stay in Harlem building it lost to foreclosure. [Wall Street Journal]
A concrete garden grows in Williamsburg. [Brownstoner]
The most enviable residential rooftop real estate. [NY Post]
Real estate community not huge fans of Bloomberg’s newest anti-smoking initiative. [Crain’s]
High rents pushes those with means to buy, those without just keep paying more. [NY Times]
Pfizer sells last properties in Brooklyn. [Brooklyn Paper]
Plans to replace dull Park Ave. office building with more stylish one. [Wall Street Journal]

 

 

 

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