On the Market: Chelsea Market Mania; Pier 5 Fears; Pear 40 Housing?

Paul Rudolph’s Brutalist city hall in Goshen given reprieve. [NY Times, Journal]
A Jane Jacobs walking tour. [NY Times]
Entitled Brooklyn Heights worried about people walking down to new Pier 5. [NY Post]
And the noise from Brooklyn Bridge restoration is too much, too! [BK Paper]
As for Pier 40, could it be saved by some housing? [Curbed]Ron Burkle’s growing New York City real estate empire. [Real Deal]
Bike paths and walkways coming to the Queens waterfront. [Daily News]
Central Harlem wants a historic district. [DNAinfo]
Community board hates on Chelsea Market. [Curbed]
Queens neighborhood annoyed by dorm for Lubavitcher pilgrims. [Daily News]
Townhouse of Maurice Brill, tin pan alley king, on sale for $20 million. [NY Times]
An argument for Sam Schwartz’s don’t-call-it-congestion-pricing plan. [Streetsblog]
Does the East Village have more abandoned bikes than anywhere else? [NYT Local]
Condos built by studio heads sell well. [DNAinfo]
Fowler Square in Fort Greene gets underway. [Brownstoner]
Tobacco heiress’ Jersey estate becomes environmentalist sanctuary. [Journal]
Where bike share might be in Lower Manhattan. [WNYC]
The history of New York in a snazzy one-minute video. [Animal]
The cross-dressing fraud scam gets ’em every time. [Real Deal]