On the Market: Chetrit Picks Up Another Burg Property, New School Shapes Up; Boozing at the Barclays

Gag grenade sparks evacuation of World Financial Center. [Journal]
Can’t rent? Buy. Everybody’s doing it… [Daily News]
Probably because rents just hit a record high. [DNAinfo]
A Harlem Cathedral—finally finished 120 years after it began. [Journal, ArchPaper]
Landlord planning more blandness for Bedford Ave., across from Whole Foods. [BK Paper]
Mysterious Joe Chetrit buys another Williamsburg project. [Real Deal]
The New School’s new 14th Street building is shaping up nicely. [A Fine Blog]
Serious problems in the city’s property tax assessments, comptroller says. [Journal]
Here comes the East River waterfront park. [DNAinfo]
And here comes bike share. [Streetsblog]
You want how much for a Red Hook townhouse? $2.6 million?! [Curbed]
Meanwhile, the history of a wacky West 67th Street townhouse. [NY Times]
Barclays Center gets its liquor license. [Curbed]
Architect uses his Jackson Heights apartment as a lab for his designs. [Daily News]
An architect in Flatiron is doing the same thing! [NY Times]
The Sheffield’s “rentboy” prostitute is gone. [Real Deal]
Dolly Lenz sells her Hamptons mansion for $5.4 million. [Real Deal]
Brooklyn is still booming—population jumps 1.1 percent, Census shows. [Daily News]
Departure times at JFK and LaGuardia improving, Newark now worst. [WNYC]

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