On the Market: Solow Selling Piece of Con Ed Prize; Five Year Hell in Hells Kitchen; Reggie Watts Pans BK Heights

Sheldon Solow selling off piece of Con Ed site with room for two towers. [NY Post]
“Trailblazing Park Slope preservationist” Everett Ortner dies. [BK Paper]
Rental buildings in Brooklyn are selling for eye-popping amounts. [NY Times]
Prisons are kind of beautiful when seen from above. [Atlantic]
Before Dumbo was Dumbo, it was full of wood-framed tenements. [Brownstoner]
Another bad investment for John Corzine: Hoboken apartment sells for loss. [Curbed]
After scooping up Manhattan Plaza on the cheap, owners flipping it. [Journal]
Russian mining man wants $25 million for Time Warner condo. [Real Deal]
Delivery bikes looking at heftier fines for riding on sidewalks. [Daily News]
Brooks Brothers sews up deal for 35 Wall Street store. [NY Post]
Barclays Center’s occulus taking shape nicely. [Brownstoner]
Pipe project will create five-year nightmare in Hells Kitchen. [DNAinfo]
Another crazy apartment tower for Harlem. [Curbed]
Once Hillary Clinton retires, will she move back to Westchester? [NY Times]
The history—and real name—of a nearly hidden Cobble Hill cul de sac. [Brownstoner]
Abandoned Sunset Park police station has become… a hub of crime! [DNAinfo]
Pratt picks up development site in Clinton Hill. [Real Deal]
Reggie Watts calls Brooklyn Heights “uninspiring.” [Curbed]
What to do if you’re thinking of buying a new-construction condo. [BrickU]
Windows still taped up nine months after Hurricane Irene. [NY Times]