On the Market: Brooklyn’s Worst Bike Lane; Candi Spelling Goes Apartment Shopping; Wythe Street Building Collapses

Brooklynites agree, Jay Street is the scariest in the borough. [BK Paper]
The big problem with those open, modern layouts? They’re noisy. [Journal]
Candi Spelling, having sold $150 M. mansion, shopping for NYC apartment. [NY Post]
Better ways to navigate the hell of Penn Station, plus a map. [WNYC]
The pluses and minuses of a micro-apartment. [ArchPaper]
Long-delayed Brooklyn Bridge Park warehouse transformation begins. [Brownstoner]
What’s it like living in Bruce Ratner’s city on a Yonkers hill? [NY Post]
Winners and losers four years after the mega-sale of 666 Fifth. [Real Deal]
Very nice new plazas along Allen Street. [Streetsblog]
Floating Newtown Creek via Kickstarter. [Curbed]
Wythe Street industrial building collapses (paving way for development). [Brownstoner]
Niche factories take over old Brooklyn buildings. [NY Times]
The NYPD dug up another Soho basement looking for Etan Patz evidence. [Journal]
Two more diners bite the dust. [Curbed]
Inside star chef Alex Stupak’s South ‘Burg apartment. [NY Post]
A Southern belle explains what she learned from looking at 150 apartments. [BrickU]
Company that helped demolish Yankee Stadium collapses. [Journal]
Finding the best movers. [BrickU]
Family feud causing problems for sale of Meatpacking development site. [NY Post]

On the Market: Brooklyn’s Worst Bike Lane; Candi Spelling Goes Apartment Shopping; Wythe Street Building Collapses