On the Market: A Million-Dollar Sale in Crown Heights; More One57 Billionaires; Tricked Out Strollers

Two more One57 billionaire buyers revealed: two Tommy Hilfigger investors. [NY Post]
Crown Heights notches its first $1 M. sale, and it was only $595,000 in ‘o8. [Brownstoner]
Man who jumped into tiger pen was former BOND residential broker. [Real Deal]
Editorial asks if Kingsbridge should have community center or skating. [Daily News]
A $16 M. townhouse had to overcome some serious stigmas to sell. [NY Times]
Is this prime Soho development site cursed? [NY Post]
Just what Brooklyn needs: tricked out strollers. [BK Paper]
Mira Sorvino finds buyer for $1.7 M. UWS apartment. [Curbed]
People are actually willing moving into micro-apartments to save money. [NY Times]
Former National Arts club president sued by AG. [Crain’s]
The bike connection to Eastern Parkway just got a lot nicer. [Streetsblog]
A baker’s quartet: new bakeries opening. [Daily News]
Artist wants to build an art and tech museum in a Roosevelt Island power plant. [DNAinfo]
Construction revenues are surging, according to DOB numbers. [Real Deal]
For latest Living In joint, The Times turns the West Side Highway into a hood. [NY Times]
Is one of the best hospitals in the city in Queens? [Crain’s]
Poetry about the ferry on the East River Ferry. [Brownstoner]
A little more on JFK’s new $32 M. kennel. [NY Post]
Gowanus loves women-owned businesses. [DNAinfo]
Mott Haven affordable apartments preserved for decades. [Daily News]
Bay Ridge residents complain about vandalism to their trees. [BK Paper]
Out-of-town law firms taking over the offices of the local ones who are closing. [Journal]
When did infrastructure investment get so partisan? [WNYC]