On the Market: BAM Gets David Byrne-Designed Bike Racks, the High Line is a Tourist Trap, Buses Compete to Shuttle Hipsters to the Rockaways

Great shop! Will Staten Island get an outlet mall? [WSJ]
Jeremiah Moss pens screed: the High Line is destroying Chelsea. [NY Times]
The new New York: dorm to replace 185-year-old East Village townhouse. [The Real Deal]
Financial District becomes a housing destination for some families. [WSJ]
Gentrification alert: French lessons for babies hit Crown Heights. [DNAinfo]
U.N. makeover may cost $400 million more than expected. [NY Post]
BAM gets bike racks designed by David Byrne. [Brokelyn]
Construction of Tiffany’s SoHo store angers nearby residents. [NY Post]
Bus drivers battle over lucrative Williamsburg to Rockaways route. [Bklyn Paper]
Progress being made on Brooklyn Bridge Park. [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]
Are homeless funds being used to relocate Roosevelt Island patients? [NY Daily News]
Controversial Greenpoint shelter welcomes its first clients. [DNAinfo]

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