On the Market: Chetrit’s Hotel Follies; Oprah Sells; Adrian Greiner Swaps Co-ops

Community board votes down Chelsea Hotel renovations. [Curbed]
Meanwhile, Kaufman and Chetrit teaming up for Noho hotel. [NY Times]
Defects caused 7 Train crane to collapse, site will reopen Monday. [Journal, WNYC]
Oprah sells East side condo to hedgie for $7.9 million. [Real Deal]
Adrian Grenier ditches the Park Slope Food Co-op for another. [NY Times]
Take 24 rooms, one for every hour of the day, on Park Ave for $18 million. [Curbed]
Apartment vacancies hit lowest level since 2001. [Crain’s]
Building a bridge fit for the new Lincoln Center. [Journal]
WTC sphere sculpture must be out of Batter Park by end of month. [DNAinfo]
Domino Sugar Factory will know its fate come end of April. [Real Deal]
Sprucing up the Bronx at two derelict sites. [Daily News]
Generous outdoor space for less than $1 million. [Curbed]
Dumbo’s manifest destiny? Conquering poor Vinegar Hill. [Journal]
Governor Cuomo’s infrastructure bank will fund $143 million for parks. [WNYC]
You can forage a meal in Prospect Park—just be careful. [BK Paper]
Washington Heights and Inwood is rat capital of rodentine city. [Daily News]
Just like Home Alone: Vaseline bandit arrested. [NY Times]
The end of sprawl? [Atlantic Cities]