On the Market: Ramping Up DOB’s Hub; a Bronx Boondoggle; More Open Space for Hudson Square Rezoning?

Coney Island “mayor” Dick Zigun is sick, and he needs your help. [BK Paper]
Excitement and anxiety over the first major Gowanus development. [NY Times]
Community wants more open space in Trinity’s Hudson Square plan. [DNAinfo]
We need more architecture criticism, says critic Paul Goldberger. [ArchPaper]
DOB now running its small projects through The Hub. [Journal]
Fancy new lofts coming to Broadway on old flea market site. [Curbed]
For 17 years a Bronx power broker has hoarded a prime, empty lot. [NY Times]
On the plus side, the borough just got a senior-friendly neighborhood. [Daily News]
Will anyone ever actually live at One57… [NY Mag]
… including Tommy Hilfiger? [Curbed]
Roosevelt Island co-opers will be able to buy their units. [Crain’s]
MTA will stop taking cash on Henry Hudson, first step to all EZ Pass tolls. [Journal]
New Dey Street subway entrance at Fulton Transit Center opens. [Tribeca Citizen]
Ice skating at McCarren Pool and Prospect Park delayed until next season. [BK Paper]
But at least the Lakeside Center is almost open. [Curbed]
How to keep from getting caught up in the psychology of a housing bubble. [NY Times]
Can toxic Flushing River site be used for park swap with MLS stadium? [DNAinfo]
PA looks for help to fill 4 Times Square since it’s on the hook for Condé space. [NY Post]
Hotel half of Setai Fifth Avenue sells for $229 M. [Real Deal]
Jay-Z releasing EP of his Barclays Center performances. [Daily News]
Two Chase ATMs had $110,000 in counterfit bills. [NY Post]
How to create that boho layered look. [Journal]
A dozen of the city’s secret apartment amenities. [BrickU]

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