On the Market: Blackstone Getting Into Rentals, Sunset Park Residents Organize Rent Strike, A Pinkberry In Park Slope

Trinity Church begins urgent repair of 18th century graveyard walls. [DNAinfo]
Blackstone plans to rent foreclosed single-family homes. [Bloomberg]
Doug Steiner shifts focus from suburban offices to city housing. [NY Times]
Sunset Park residents organize a rent strike over bad conditions. [Brownstoner]
A controversial Bronx compost site is set to re-open. [NY Daily News]
Struggling St. Mark’s Bookshop is looking for a smaller place. [DNAinfo]
Law firm Kaye Scholer expected to move to Boston Properties W. 55th St. tower. [Crain’s]
Groups illegally lobbied on behalf of Bloomberg development initiatives. [NY Times]
LES Jewish conservancy is crowdfunding for a pushcart. [The Lo-Down]
Speech at Coney Island hot dog eating contest had too many puns for the mayor. [NY Post]
Pinkberry is poised to open in Park Slope. [F*cked in Park Slope]
CBGB is recreated… for a movie set in Savannah. [Vanishing NY]
In battle of symbols, fireworks lose out to bald eagles in NY town. [NY Times]

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