On the Market: Huguette Clark’s Clan Cashes In; Super-Tall Hotel Near WTC; Jersey City Abandoned?

All of Huguette Clark’s apartments are in contract for $55 million. [Journal]
Gene Kaufman FTWTCW! 50-story Holiday Inn, world’s tallest, due downtown. [ArchPaper]
MTA fraudster hired to work on East Side Access after serving jail time. [Daily News]
250 Bowery mixes past and present without being crass. [Real Deal]
A natural gas pipeline roils the Rockaways. [Crain’s]
Another building collapsed in Harlem on Friday. [NY Post]
Celebrity photographer moves into flashy High Line building. [Real Deal]
Superior ink full-floor spread struggles to sell, tries breaking up units. [Curbed]
Pier where Titanic survivors landed shut for fear of sinking. [Crain’s]
Jersey City grapples with its many vacant buildings. [Journal]
Broadway, and other Upper West Side streets, are misplaced on Subway map. [NY Times]
Labor unions deploy giant rat in LIC, target TF Cornerstone. [DNAinfo]
Coney institutions Nathan’s and Lola Starr fight over facade paint. [NY Post]
A heated debate about bike-on-subway etiquette. [Brownstoner]
How the city ruined Jane Jacobs’ favorite park. [Curbed]
New play looks at the life of Auden, Bitten, other ’40s Brooklyn Heights artists. [NY Times]
Dispute between city and MTA stalls Greenpoint park. [BK Paper]
Most “green” housing products are hype, but here are five that actually work. [Journal]
California closets’ chief designer offers storage tips. [BrickU]