Morning Links: Russian Tycoon Pays Cash; Food Co-op Seeks Diversity; Red Hook Gets Hand-Me Downs

Creditors win control of stalled condo tower One Madison Park. [Journal]
Clinton Hill food co-op seeks members who aren’t white, middle class. [Daily News]
Porn palace Peep World closes, makes way for bland Midtown bar. [DNA Info]
Fancy Freitag bags sold below Houston, other luxury goods soon to follow. [NY Post]
Russian fertilizer tycoon buys $303 million office building. Pays cash. [NY Times]
City will invests $41.7 million in security systems for public housing,. [DNAinfo]
The rent is going up again. Manhattan prices at all-time highs. [Crains]
Music-themed Sunset Park hotel features speakers in all bathrooms. [BK Eagle]
Loophole in living wage bill dropped, exemption holds for Hudson Yards. [NY Times]
Red Hook takes hand-me-down planters marked with someone else’s logo. [BK Paper]
Bronx pop-up store features rotating work of local artists. [NY1]
A spike in ridership along on the G train (When the train actually runs.) [BK Eagle]
A look at the brief return of beloved decorating magazine Domino. [Curbed]