On the Market: How Historic Preservationists Fall In Love, Gravesend House Haunted By Ghost Bride, A New Look For NYC Street Signs

The beloved store cats of Park Slope and Windsor Terrace. [DNAinfo]
Apthorp owners lose control of the building. [The Real Deal]
Family in Gravesend claims their house is haunted by vindictive ghost bride. [NY Post]
Regrets? Chicago firm buys Essex House back from Dubai Investment Group. [Curbed]
A vocal group of Seward Park residents hates 7-Eleven. [The Lo-Down]
Volunteers battle invasive Japanese knotweed in Bronx River Forest. [DNAinfo]
Bay Area/Brooklyn love: Hip S.F. sausage restaurant set to open in Billyburg. [SFGate]
The city changes typography, uses mixed-case letters on new street signs. [NY Times]
Atheists are fighting the inclusion of famed WTC cross in 9/11 Memorial. [NY Post]
Bruce Ratner talks Barclay’s, Brooklyn Nets. [WSJ]
RFP finally goes out for Bedford Avenue Armory. [DNAinfo]
What caused a Long Island house to be blown to smithereens? [NY Daily News]
Kate Winslet gets the couple’s Chelsea condo in break-up with Sam Mendes. [Real Deal]
Historic preservationists fall in love with architecture, each other. [DNAinfo]