On the Market: Crazy Market for Williamsburg; Hamptons Hits the Skids; Ben Stiller Selling Duplex

A crazy better-than-Chelsea-market proposal for warehouse next to McCarren Park. [Curbed]
Vornado demo’ing rowhouses to prep for 220 Central Park South development. [Real Deal]
Hamptons manses selling on the cheap. [NY Times]
Ben Stiller selling a Riverside Drive duplex for less than he bought it. [Curbed]
Sky-high living sweeps the world. [Journal]
Brooklyn Heights enjoying a spate of huge townhouse sales. [Brownstoner]
Bus company’s jockey in Chinatown ahead of state law regulating their location. [WNYC]
(Luxury) neighbors angry about High Line ambulance depot. [DNAinfo]
Runaway carriage horse crashes into van near Central Park. [NY Post]
An apartment twice transformed by Charles Gwathmey sells for $21 M. [NY Times]
Reinventing the skyscraper for a sinking New York. [Curbed]
Hello Living attempts its 10th development in Prospect Heights. [Brownstoner]
Soccer players nearly banned from Flushing Park by US Open. [Daily News]
Forget Warren Buffett, housing is not back two hedgies say. [Real Deal]
Pols fight for rent protections at Tribeca apartments. [DNAinfo]
Tasteless! Five Guys closes in Cobble Hill after only a few months. [Brownstoner]
Hampshire House sues co-op for not letting him be doorman. [NY Post]
Finding an apartment that meshes with those terrible office hours. [NY Times]
Marty Markowitz wants tighter parking restrictions in Downtown Brooklyn. [Streetsblog]
City unemployment stuck at 10 percent. [Daily News]