On the Market: The Secret Life of Huguette Clark; The Secret $100 M. Penthouse Designer Revealed; The Secrets of Bay Ridge

We’re taking off Labor Day, but enjoy these stories from around the web.
How, exactly, does the Low Line work, bringing sunlight underground? [ArchPaper]
Did Jerry Seinfeld just buy this Upper East Side townhouse? [Curbed]
Decorator behind $100 M. penthouse horrified it has been revealed to world. [NY Times]
The only possible explanation for such outrageous real estate? It must be art. [NY Times]
How did Huguette Clark live? [NY Post]
Massimo Vignelli revives his iconic ’70s subway map for today. [BK Paper]
Bay Ridge somehow bridges new and old like no other gentrifying ‘hood. [Journal]
Durst Fetner’s UES rental tower selling like crazy, even the $10,000 units. [Crain’s]
A lovely Candela three-bedroom yours for $8.5 M. [Curbed]
The hunt is on for a new park in Queens to make way for an MLS stadium. [CapitalNY]
Neighborhood construction is annoying, but it’s good for values. [Real Deal]
WTC construction workers busted for drinking on the job again. [Daily News]
Do-good gardener booted from public housing plot. [NY Post]
A Fifth Avenue loft slick as the furniture inside. [NY Times]
Rats! MTA eliminates trash cans at 10 more stations, two in each borough. [Journal]
Tugboats race on the Hudson. [DNAinfo]
Long Island City developer faces jail time if he doesn’t pay fine. [Real Deal]
The great Michael graves says computers have ruined our ability to draw. [NY Times]
Central Park bicyclists still seen as a menace. [Daily News]
Bike accident? There’s an app for that. [BK Paper]
Why does bike theft persist? No enforcement. [Streetsblog]