On the Market: Rich Neighborhoods Complain About Noise; Investors Flock to the Laureate; Village Will Get Yet More Frozen Yogurt Options

Bad time to buy: Manhattan apartment inventory hits 7-year low. [Crain’s]
A map of New York City based on 311 complaints. [Atlantic Cities]
Investors love the Laureate: UK CEO buys three units. [The Real Deal]
Money for all! Malls thrive despite online shopping. [WSJ]
City officials plead guilty to accepting bribes from contractors. [Post]
Developer backs out Greenpoint Hospital’s affordable housing conversion. [BK Paper]
Zeckendorf’s new Gramercy Park building is all about the coveted key. [NYT]
Dollhouse doors pop up on LES. [Bowery Boogie]
Greenwich Village gets yet another frozen yogurt joint. [The Real Deal]
Protestors at groundbreaking for East Harlem’s affordable artist housing. [DNAinfo]
Brooklyn brownstone goes from housing five families to one. [WSJ]
Gay Talese gives a tour of his writing bunker. [New Yorker]

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