On the Market: Beastie-ly Teardown in Soho; RXR Strikes Again; $22 M. Townhouse for a Song

WTC PATH hub takes shape. [NY Times]
A pedestrian plaza for a quiet Dumbo street. [BK Paper]
Scott Rechler scoops up another trophy, 450 Lexington. [Journal]
East side co-op has suffered from “black, chunky, foul-smelling water” for years. [NY Post]
Record-holding Tony-winning producer lists townhouse for $22 million. [Real Deal]
A solar-powered park coming to Columbus Avenue? [DNAinfo]
Maybe the worst penthouse addition ever proposed in Harlem. [Curbed]
Beastie Boy’s old Soho townhouse to be torn down for development. [Village Voice]
Brooklyn Industries coming to Fulton Mall??? [Brownstoner]
More on Amtrak’s plans for a high-speed future in the Northeast. [CapitalNY]
Queens councilman: We need to stop naming landmarks after living people. [Daily News]
One Atlantic Yards afflicted dive salutes another as it “modernizes.” [BK Paper]
As gas stations dry up, prime development sites open up. [NY Times]
Meet the Miss Subways of yore. [Curbed]
A Bronx Islamic Center rebuilds and expands. [NY Times]
Nike basketball court robs LES locals of their play space. [DNAinfo]
H&M’s Fifth Avenue flagship is being shopped around—will they keep it? [NY Post]
New Williamsburg outdoor concert venue almost finished. [Brownstoner]
A, uh, testosterone therapist opened an office on—yep—Park Avenue. [Crain’s]
Just how gross is the Gowanus Canal? Very. [Curbed]