On the Market: Flat Tire for Bike Share; Residential Construction Rising; Transformer Furniture

Bike share program will be delayed until August. [Streetsblog, WNYC]
Citi tower in Long Island City sold for $500 million. [NY Post]
Reconnecting southern Greenwich Street with the rest of the city, and cashing in. [NY Times]
Old, busted Greenpoint Hospital become new, awesome theater funhouse. [Daily News]
New York City residential construction permits on the rise. [Crain’s]
An SUV fell into a elevator in Midtown. [Journal]
Without landmarks, collapsed brownstone could be replaced with dreck. [Brownstoner]
Hip new cafe opens in down-market section of Ditmas Park’s Church Avenue. [BK Paper]
Big time developers move in on Canal Street, including Vornado. [Real Deal]
Transformer furniture is perfect for those micro-apartments. [Curbed]
L.A. hotelier is moving in on NoMad just like everybody else. [Journal]
Huge Mormon church in Queens approved. [Daily News]
There is a bookshop on a Brooklyn sidewalk. [NY Times]
Huge Borough Park development site for sale for $36 million. [Crain’s, Real Deal]
City cracking down on crazy Gansevoort Park Avenue pool parties. [NY Post]
Gowanus locals decide to clean up canal themselves. [NY Times]
Checkout the fiber-optic infrastructure in the city. [Curbed]
What to do with Hudson River Park as Pier 40 plan sinks? [ArchPaper]
Night blurs into day, and other overwrought metaphors at Kellogg’s Diner. [NY Times]

On the Market: Flat Tire for Bike Share; Residential Construction Rising; Transformer Furniture