On the Market: Yankees Pitcher Scores Penthouse; Buy Citi Chief’s Mansion; Roosevelt Island Transformed

Preservationists want to save the old Seaport mall as a Pomo landmark. [ArchPaper, Curbed]
Vikram Pandit’s Connecticut home is yours for $4.3 million. [Bloomberg/Crain’s]
Yankees new ace pitcher Hiroki Kuroda scores 52nd Street penthouse. [NY Post]
A new development in Williamsburg’s Broadway Triangle. [Brownstoner]
The man responsible for building the World Trade Center, on installing the spire. [Journal]
Prices level off in Brooklyn and Queens. [Crain’s]
A messy Soho garage can be yours for $27,000 a month pop-up shopping. [DNAinfo]
Where’s the president’s mortgage task force? [Daily News]
Dredging the harbor to make way for bigger ships, better water. [NY Times, ArchPaper]
Tribeca loft building preserved, rather than demo’d, still becoming pricy lofts. [Curbed]
Roosevelt Island finds a retail savior, and Hudson likes the island, too. [Journal, Times]
No! Not BBQ in the park, cried Williamsburg. [BK Paper]
Maybe the craziest, most expensive home in Bay Ridge. [Curbed]
The mob has re-invaded the beloved San Gennaro Festival. [NY Times]
Young bucks work their way into the big city development business. [Real Deal]
Inside a horror author’s comforting West Village apartment. [NY Post]
What to do with a package-stealing neighbor. [BrickU]