On the Market: Frank Sinatra’s Old Penthouse Hitting Market, House Hunters Like to Try Before They Buy, Obnoxious Miami Marketing Invades Union Square

New apartments planned on site of Williamsburg Flea (not to be confused with BK Flea). [Real Deal]
Real estate firms are bad about planning for succession. [WSJ]
Tractor trailer slams into cars-only overpass at Grand Central. [Daily News]
Worker injured in UES jackhammer incident. [DNAinfo]
Who wouldn’t want to test drive a condo before buying? [WSJ]
Atlantic Yards apocalypse: Barclays Arena opens in 60 days. [Daily News]
Queens drycleaner replaces charming old sign with ugly new one. [Lost City]
Frank Sinatra’s former penthouse is going up for sale. [NY Post]
No money for lights after a $1.4 million revamp of sports courts in Inwood. [DNAinfo]
Damaged by lightening, Cobble Hill church’s steeples may have to go. [NY Times]
Rabbi Glanz, accused of federal housing fraud, is expected to plead guilty. [NY Post]
Models and a pop-up pool invade Union Square Park to promote Miami. [Daily News]