On the Market: 7-Train to Chelsea?; Mark Chagall Slept Here; A-Rod Swings, Just Misses Big Ask

Williamsburg loft tenants fight back. [Crain’s]
A-Rod did not hit quite the home run we initially thought at the Rushmore. [NY Post]
The Abingdon, converted Village nursing home, finds buyer for $21 million penthouse. [Curbed]
Is there a limit to how high rents can go before  tenants rebel? [Journal]
Maybe we should blame the taxes. [Crain’s]
Live in Mark Chagall’s old townhouse. [Curbed]
East River ferry wants to take Metrocards, MTA chief doesn’t. [BK Paper, WNYC]
Joe Lhota does want a 7-to-Chelsea extension, not congestion pricing. [NY Post, CapitalNY]
Woman evicted from apartment for having a helper dog? [NY Post]
Can Boerum Hill afford a $4 million townhouse? [Curbed]
Long Island City still grows. [Journal]
Turning derelict Brooklyn lots into—what else?—urban farms. [NY Times]
Boy Scouts leaving Empire State Building to open bigger store nearby. [Real Deal]
New BAM building almost finished. [Brownstoner]
Boardwalk Empire mansion shoots driving Vinegar Hill crazy. [NY Post]
Will Chumley’s ever reopen? [NY Times]
The lovely penthouses of Downtown Brooklyn’s BellTel Lofts. [DNAinfo]
New Hyde Park—like Queens, but not. [Journal]