On the Market: Derek Jeter Homers at Trump; Kris Humphries Scores in BPC; Pope Hat Building Strikes Out

Derek Jeter sells giant Trump World Tower pad for $15.5 M. [Real Deal]
A candy store coming to Barclays, but the floors are already cracking. [Brownstoner]
Quirky pink Park Slope brownstone sold for $2 M., will be repainted brown. [Daily News]
Kris Humphries decides to rent in Battery Park City. [NY Post]
Reviving Gertrude Stein’s salon in Soho. [NY Times]
Rents jump 8 percent over past 12 months. [Crain’s]
Landmarks commission hates the Pope Hat building. [Curbed]
Controversial Gowanus development approved by community board. [NY Post]
Leak in prewar building spirals into multimillion-dollar legal quagmire. [Real Deal]
Who better to make a studio work than a fashion mag editor. [Journal]
A racy new luxury development for Court Street in Carroll Gardens. [Brownstoner]
A Britich couples’ staple-gun chic in Fort Greene. [NY Times]
Harlem gets and all-night farmers market. [Daily News]
Staten Island wants its first business incubator. [Crain’s]
Watch the 1 World Trade Center take shape on the skyline. [Curbed]
South Williamsburg continues to catch up with the rest of the neighborhood. [NY Post]
Bronx Science gets its seventh Nobel laureate, more than any high school. [NY Times]
How to make nice with your super, “the most important person in your life.” [BrickU]
Taking in the night sky without light pollution. [Architizer]
9/11 Memorial designer creates a cool rooftop garden for his kid’s school. [Curbed]
Savvy investors who bought at bottom of the market could reap huge profits. [Real Deal]
Miike Snow singer Andrew Wyatt has a dope downtown pad. [NY Post]
Lawsuits springing up over knock-off furniture. [NY Times]
Vandals destroy trees on Pelham Parkway. [Daily News]
With 19 ballot measures, 2012 may be mass transit’s biggest election. [Streetsblog]
Eddie Shapiro, head of Nest Seekers, is mysterious, quotes Devils Advocate. [Real Deal]