On the Market: Micro-Apartment Made Me Morose; Gowanus Whole Foods Really Behind Schedule; Praying for St. Nick’s Pub

Maybe living in 300-square feet (aka a micro-apartment) is not so great. [NY Times]
Young Woo’s unconventional approach to development. [Crain’s]
The challenging design of One Brooklyn Bridge Park. [Journal]
The new Gowanus Whole Foods is very much behind schedule. [Curbed]
Tom Cruise looking for quiet estate in metro area to see Suri in. [Daily News]
Artist envisions “migratory” tent-like Flock houses. [ArchPaper]
Bike share delays may cost Citi Bike’s operator. [Journal]
The market continues to improve, but there is still scary shadow inventory. [Real Deal]
Everybody eager for St. Nick’s Pub in Harlem to reopen. [NY Times]
Please rescue the Shore Theater, use eminent domain even, says Dick Zigun. [BK Paper]
Nehemiah Houses in Flatlands beautiful and affordable housing success. [Daily News]
And a $148 M. failure on an Ocean Hills housing development. [Daily News]
A nifty loft in Bed-Stuy. [Journal]
Columbia professor complaining about paying $1,200/month, wants to pay half. [NY Post]
AIG might ditch Manhattan. [Crain’s]
Mediocrity meets mediocrity: Sheffield residents get VIP plates at David Burke. [Real Deal]
The Boatel is no vacation. [Curbed]
New storefront arts center opening in the south Burg. [Brownstoner]
Did someone toss feces at a Capital One bank in the Village as a protest? [Gothamist]
More praise for the walkway behind Goldman Sachs HQ. [Real Deal]
Teens fight to protect hoops at Hell’s Kitchen park. [DNAinfo]

On the Market: Micro-Apartment Made Me Morose; Gowanus Whole Foods Really Behind Schedule; Praying for St. Nick’s Pub