On the Market: Everybody Wants to Build Micro-Apartments; Accident at Vornado’s 220 CPS; 51 Astor Rising Fast

City wants to bring coaster back to Thunderbolt site. [NY Post]
The devil in 666 Park is “like Trump, but smart.” [BrickU]
Big names interested in building micro-apartments. [Journal]
Travel agency honcho, flipper Michael Holtz among One57 billionaire buyers. [M. Gross]
PATH train could be extended to Newark airport. [NY Post]
A handy glossary of architectural terms from the Streetscapist. [NY Times]
Bark Park: Port Authority approves $32 M. pet handling center. [Journal]
Swarovski opening shop on Fulton Street. [Brownstoner]
New site grades every city block. [Crain’s]
Security problems persist at NYCHA’s Lower East Side projects. [Daily News]
Why are we still stuck with Metrocards, not smart cards? [CapitalNY]
The real estate of Law & Order’s stars. [Curbed]
Construction truck at Vornado’s 220 Central Park South injures woman. [Journal]
Neighbors, activists still hate idea of velodrome in Brooklyn Bridge Park. [Daily News]
People already know Shake Shack is fatty, keep eating after calorie postings. [Journal]
Hockey player turned real estate broker. [Real Deal]
Lookee! 51 Astor sure is rising fast. [Curbed]
Clinton Hill’s Greene Hill co-op opening for three days per week. [Brownstoner]
Military family looks to buy in Manhattan. [NY Times]
Affordable housing, Dollar Tree coming to Bushwick lot. [DNAinfo]
Why we need the DOT’s new LOOK! campaign. [Journal]
Woman loses husband in construction accident, firm stiffs her on funeral. [Daily News]
Postal driver who ran over Alan Dershowitz’ sister acquitted of crime. [NY Times]