On the Market: 432 Park’s Penthouse Hits Market For $85 M.; City Aims To Oust Famed Astor Place Newsstand; Brooklyn Bar Bans Kids After 4 P.M.

City brings out the big guns to oust beloved Astor Place newsstand. [Post]
432’s Park Avenue’s penthouse hits the market for $85 million. [WSJ]
Actually, everything at 432 Park is getting more expensive. [Crain’s]
Pioneer of Soho real estate development Tony Goldman dead at 68. [NYT]
NYCHA plumber pulls in $190,000 a year thanks to overtime. [Daily News]
Neighbors complain townhouse used as full-fledged film studio. [Post]
Miniature parrot goes missing from East Village apartment. [DNAinfo]
CB7 approves Naftali Group’s condo conversion on West 82nd St. [Curbed]
Commuter no more: Pace University building downtown residence hall. [WSJ]
Construction workers use hard hats as billboards for their beliefs. [NYT]
The Met and UES co-ops sign secret pact to reduce size of proposed plaza. [Post]
Kids banned at Greenwood Park bar after 4 p.m. [Daily News]

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