On the Market: A Meth Lab in a Hell’s Kitchen Co-op; Pratt Is Expanding; A Bodega Cat Who Bullies Dogs

Man suspected of running meth lab out of his Hell’s Kitchen co-op. [NYM]
Pratt Institute plans to quadruple film school enrollment, spread out in Clinton Hill. [Crain’s]
Seaport building sells for $7.3 M. Will the new developer go with a green roof? [Curbed]
Because green roofs are a great place to put compost! [WSJ]
This UES bodega cat hates dogs, is badass. [DNAinfo]
Extell purchases Yorkville building, development rights. [TRD]
We can see how higher payroll taxes might curb some shopping, but beer sales? [Crain’s]
The MTA and the Transport Workers Union are now arguing over opossums. For real. [NYM]
Speaking of unions, workers are angry over use of non-union labor at City’s Point development. [WSJ]
Audit shows that 36 Brooklyn park projects are behind schedule or over budget. [Daily News]
North Brooklyn has a dearth of office space, leaving budding start-ups with no place to go. [NYT]
McCarren Park’s “hipster lake” is vanishing. Now they’ll have to use the pool. [DNAinfo]
Yonkers power plant to become hotel, convention center. [Architects Newspaper]
Sperone Westwater gallery goes to court in bid to block LES development. [TRD]
Brooklyn Heights residents claim hip cafe makes their homes reek of baked goods, coffee. [Post]