On the Market: Bigger Buildings May Follow In Barclays’ Wake; Luxury Rentals for College Students; Brooklyn Brewery Amps Up Beer Production

Chelsea Market expansion looks poised to pass. [Post]
Even if Christine Quinn skips the hearing (she says she hasn’t made up her mind). [WSJ]
NY court rules that lap dances are not the same as ballet, can be taxed. [Crain’s]
Squee! Photos of the aquarium’s new walrus. [Bk Paper]
How to find an affordable rental in New York. [XO Jane]
Because college was too cheap: luxury rentals for students. [WSJ]
Park Slope parents mobilize against school rezoning. [DNAinfo]
Model Kylie Bax shows off her $3 million Tribeca home. [WSJ]
And nearby, condo residents at 44 Laight fume over ugly lobby renovation. [Curbed]
Brooklyn Brewery ramps up beer operation. [NYT]
University of Chicago hits halfway mark in community redevelopment. [NYT]
One57 isn’t the only real estate deal Michael Hirtenstein has clashed over. [Post]
The Rockaway bungalows, former working class vacation destinations. [Atlantic Cities]
Questions, controversy surround proposed Carroll Gardens shelter. [PMFA]
New Yorkers have the highest state and local tax burden in the country. [SFGate]
Should area across from Barclay’s get a zoning variance for bigger buildings? [AYR]
Whole Foods will restore historic Gowanus building on supermarket site. [DNAinfo]