On the Market: Remembering Ada Louise Huxtable; Chelsea Market Gets More Stores; Parkour Gym for Bushwick

Ada Louise Huxtable
Paul Goldberger remembers his mentor. [Vanity Fair]
Michael Kimmelman on the woman who made his job possible. [NY Times]
The Journal collects her latter day work. [Journal]
The Times, where she started, on the buildings she loved and loathed. [NY Times]
Alexandra Lange considers her brilliant writing. [Design Observer]
Julie Iovine says she taught us all so much about the city and ourselves. [ArchPaper]
Blair Kamin on “the gold standard.” [Chicago Tribune]

Bushwick has a parkour gym now… [Brownstoner]
New York City officials, budgets turning their backs on our libraries. [NY Times]
City trying to crack down on landlords who make only cosmetic repairs. [Journal]Atlantic Yards getting its own BID? [ArchPaper]
Loss of the Lenox Lounge highlights historic preservation issues in Harlem. [DNAinfo]
Two dozen cool sepia-toned photos of Union Square. [Curbed]
If Queens gets a soccer team, it ought to be named after Queens. [CapitalNY]
Chelsea Market preparing to add more stores ahead of office expansion. [NY Times]
Ten reasons to love and hate Jersey City. [Brick U]
It could be a really slow year for the Manhattan office market. [Crain’s]
A look at Brooklyn’s booming hotel scene. [Brownstoner]
Inwood bike infrastructure keeps shrinking. [Streetsblog]
Sandy washed out leasing gains in the city. [Crain’s]
625 Park combo duplex yours for $19 M. [Real Deal]
CUNY is leaving its East 80th Street art deco headquarters. [Journal]
Ralph Lauren may move into the long-vacant Disney store on Fifth Avenue. [NY Post]
Caroll Gardens “mayor” must move in with Wisconsin son after apartment sold. [Daily News]
Um… this Williamsburg apartment is both “terrifying” and “relaxing?” [Curbed]
New developer takes control of Admiral’s Row, ready to demo. [BK Paper]
What’s the deal with “A New St.” sign on the Lower East Side? [NY Times]
Some of the world’s most beautiful metros (none are in New York). [Curbed]
And happy 150th birthday to the London Tubes. [Atl Cities]