On the Market: Brooklyn Bridge Park Pastoral; One MiMA’s Soaring Penthouses; Hamptons Heat Up

Bloomberg administration fast-tracking Grand Central rezoning. [Daily News]
Is Brooklyn Bridge Park nothing more than a fancy condo front yard? [Journal]
Inside the One MiMa penthouses, yours for $10,000 to $25,000 a month. [Curbed]
Barry Sternlicht’s hotel across from MoMA will be a five-star “Baccarat” inn. [NY Post]
The brokers the location scouts call when they need an apartment to shoot in. [NY Times]
Nathan Berman is transforming FiDi one office conversion at a time. [Crain’s]
Living in Herald Square is not that bad. [BrickU]
Vacca calls for investigation into Bronx hit-and-run, Brooklyn gets none. [Streetsblog, NY1]
Taxis are not fully accessible, but at least the blind can now pay with cards. [CapitalNY]
What a long-stalled East Parkway development will look like. [Brownstoner]
We get it! Brooklyn has changed thanks to Atlantic Yards. [NY Times]
Sales jumped in the Hamptons in the first quarter. [Real Deal]
Best Buy ditches Harlem, and what’s wrong with its big boxes. [Crain’s, Atlantic Cities]
Museum-quality Soho loft designed by Deborah Berke wants $8.4 million. [Curbed]
The New York Public Library defends its plans to renovate the main stacks. [NY Times]
Sinkhole in the South Slope. [Brownstoner]
An old-school shoe store closes after seven decades. [NY Times]
Will the Times Square renovations make the bowtie hip for New Yorkers again? [NY Mag]