On the Market: Barclays VIP Lounge Has No Toilet Paper; Google Expanding Into Chelsea Market; SPURA Finally Approved

Barbra Streisand plays up her Brooklyn roots for concert at Barclays. [NYT]
Too bad if Babs needed toilet paper: Barclay’s VIP lounge cited for having none. [DNAinfo]
Did Daniel Craig buy the penthouse at 238 East 4th Street? [EV Grieve]
LES development moves forward with City SPURA approval. [Crain’s]
Tory Burch sells her Southhamptom mansion at half off, infuriating neighbors. [Post]
Mike Wallace’s pad at 730 Park Avenue hits the market for $20 million. [NYT]
Nanny ads banned from Bococa parent listserve; moderators blame lying. [WSJ]
Park Avenue armory’s facelift is revealed at last. [NYT]
City council approves Riverside-West End historic district expansion. [DNAinfo]
Are FiDi residents really snubbing rent stabilization for ideological reasons? [Post]
Google runs out of space at 111 Eighth, looks to Chelsea Market. [WSJ]
Harlem condo at 2280 Frederick Douglas Blvd. is 90 percent sold. [Curbed]