On the Market: Tagging all of NY’s Surfaces; Meet Grand Central’s Landlord; Crown Heights’ Controversial Bike Rack

Woman sues owners for not disclosing murder-suicide in house she bought. [Daily Mail]
The real estate industry is all jazzed up about Midtown East rezoning. [Crain’s]
Did you know that Grand Central has a landlord? [NYT]
The much different look of Manhattan’s skyline in 1896. [Gothamist]
Creative moguls shell out lots of cash for their real estate. [Curbed]
The stalled unionization attempts of doormen at 1 Lincoln Square. [TRD]
How can we help cash-strapped Pier 40? [WSJ]
The ambitious graffiti artist who wants to tag every surface in New York. [Atlantic Cities]
Crown Heights bike rack becomes flashpoint for controversy. [Brooklyn Paper]
The heat is spotty, but the Edge is the best-selling building in Brooklyn. [Brownstoner]
Modesty is an enforced virtue in Brooklyn’s ultra-orthodox communities. [NYT]
Bronx’s Belmont neighborhood looking for a bigger identity than Little Italy. [WSJ]
The slut of sofas, Columbus’s living room installation seat, is now up for sale. [DNAinfo]
But how to find a couch that will fit in your pathetically small apartment? [DNAinfo]
Delivery delays will cost you: Rushmore buyer will get down payment back. [TRD]
New Bushwick bar has ominous ambiance, skeleton dolls and pricey cocktails. [Gothamist]