On the Market: Ray Bradbury’s Dark Cities; Ratner Off the Rails; Joe Chetrit Builds a Townhouse

Ray Bradbury’s dystopian view of cities. [Atlantic]
Impasse at 9/11 Museum nearly solved? [DNAinfo]
Inside the studio of Takeshi Miyakawa, the I [heart] NY bomber. [NY Times]
P. Diddy moving to Tribeca? And the Hasselbecks leaving Ariel West. [NY Post]
The Enterprise lands at the Intrepid. [NY Times]
Chelsea Market expansion approved. [ArchPaper]
Surprise! Ratner delays LIRR train yard construction. [Journal]
And what construction their is continues to spawn a rat-pocalypse. [BK Paper]
And whoa be the liquor license. [Brownstoner]
Bjarke Ingels on the inspiration for his pyramid apartments. [Curbed]
Joseph Chetrit buildings unusual $20 million townhouse in Hell’s Kitchen. [Real Deal]
Five HPD officials arrested on bribery charges. [NY Times]
Indian firm closer to buying stake in Plaza Hotel. [NY Post]
Those rents just keep rising. [Crain’s, Journal]
So finding an apartment is like doing “a triathlon against Sacha Baron Cohen?” [NY Post]
Pat Kiernan defeated UWS sliver building? [Curbed]
City Island launches new tourism campaign to attract Manhattan “tourists.” [NY Post]
Oy! Air conditioner falls 20 stories onto playground. [DNAinfo]
Crain operators loose legal fight to keep out-of-town operators away. [Crain’s]
City cracking down on food carts even further. [Journal]
Party boats will ruin Pier A, locals say. [DNAinfo]
Will parking minimums reform be a failure? [Streetsblog]