On the Market: Producer Boards MTA Chief’s Co-op; Sheridan Expressway Stays; How Is Mantena Renting Well?

The GSA is this close to sealing its deal for space at 1 World Trade Center. [NY Post]
Inside really cool, really hidden Swindler’s Cover park in Harlem. [Curbed]
Juno producer bought MTA ex-chief Jay Walder’s
The prettiest hospital in the city. [NY Times]
First Willets Point, now the U.S. Tennis Center will get a makeover. [Journal]
Bloomberg: Sheridan Expressway must stay (despite being empty). [WNYC]
Scott Stringer backs mayor’s outer borough taxi plan. [CapitalNY]
Townhouse sales continue to take off. [Real Deal]
Eleven-story pile of glass boxes coming to Tribeca. [Curbed]
Mantena, luxe rentals on 37th Street: terrible name doesn’t deter renters. [Daily News]
Americans want more city planning. [Atlantic]
Cuomo: Towns can maybe decide if they want fracking. [Journal]
Downtown wants the NYPD to free the Wall Street bull. [Curbed]
Rats invade Inwood, nothing to be done about it. [Daily News]
In search 0f that most coveted Manhattan amenity: “roominess.” [NY Times]
Father and son landlords charged with manslaughter for 2010 fire deaths. [NY Post]
“Shooting season” begins in the projects. [Brownstoner]
New pedestrian bridge tarnished with Fight Club spraypaint. [DNAinfo]
Shady rent jump at affordable Williamsburg building. [Daily News]