On the Market: Boardwalk Beefs; Two Trees Chopped at 30 Washington; Shady Greenpoint Loft Sold

Rockaways gets new wooden boardwalk, enraging Coney’s concrete partisans. [BK Paper]
Peter Buffett sells One Madison condo for $4.25 million after bidding war. [NY Post]
Mayor will stop violating helicopter ban. [NY Times]
FiDi’s 4 New York Plaza sold for $265 million, bought for $107 million in 2010. [Journal]
Two Trees’ plans for 30 Washington Street turned down, a rare occurrence. [Crain’s]
Council wants letter grades for subway stations, MTA says no. [DNAinfo, Daily News]
TLC commish supports taxi fare hike. [NY Post]
Shady Greenpoint loft building sold, who knows what’s next. [Brownstoner]
Cops lock up Tompkins Square Park in advance of protest. [NY Times]
Can the urban heat island effect be harnessed for energy? [Atlantic C]
Tribecans protest 15 Leonard Street at LPC. [Curbed]
City says Parks smoking ban is working. [NY Post]
Queens wants to salvage an old swimming pool. [Journal]
Tory Burch latest addition to Hudson Square’s creative class. [Real Deal]
Brownsville has the most stop and frisks. [Brownstoner]
Local company punishing bad contractors so you don’t have to. [Daily News]
Gay marriage can complicate estates. [Journal]
Cool stuff from New York Design Week. [NY Times]
Awesome sculpture of city made out of old typeface. [Atlantic C]
Good news from new home sales. [Journal]

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