On the Market: Zeckendorfs & Stern Team Up on Gramercy; A Mini Clay Chelsea; NYC’s Worst Apartment?

Zeckendorfs try for that Robert A.M. Stern magic again on Gramercy Park. [Journal]
The mysteries of Roosevelt Island, and its new Roosevelt memorial. [ArchPaper]
More on Beastie’s to-be-torn-down house and new seven-story replacement. [NY Times]
The definitive story behind the McCarren Park Pool—all 5,600 words of it. [The Awl]
David Wright finally sells his bachelor pad to some non-bachelors. [NY Post]
Why the New School is so much more concerned about community than NYU. [Curbed]
Columnist says housing market has irrefutably bottomed out. [Journal]
Bringing Monet’s gardens to the Bronx. [NY Times]
Oi! Chelsea gets a Francophilic outdoor market. [Daily News]
Chelsea is even more charming when rendered in clay. [Curbed]
Inside one of the worst apartments in the city, costing $1,300/month no less. [Real Deal]
Even five years ago, you wouldn’t recognize the Alphabet City of today. [NY Post]
Mayor blocks politicians from speaking at 9/11 anniversary this year. [Journal]
A $3.25 million Long Island City penthouse could set Queens condo record. [Real Deal]
Wild plans for New York of the future, some hopeful, some, not so much. [ArchPaper]
Sunset Park tenants fear their home is a firetrap. [Daily News]
Gross? New Brooklyn bar Lavender Lake named after the Gowanus. [BK Paper]
New York is No. 1 in rooftop farming. [NY Times]