On the Market: “Visionary” Developers Sought For Governors Island; Dumbo Gets a Pinkberry; Bed-Stuy Brownstones Now Selling for $2 M.

Maintenance fees are rising in Manhattan, now average $1.70 per foot. [TRD]
Affordable housing debate delays approval of Durst’s West Side Pyramid. [Crain’s]
Governors Island seeks visionary developer for island’s southern side. [DNAinfo]
The frozen yogurt scourge continues: Pinkberry comes to Dumbo. [NYMag]
Bed-stuy townhouse sells for $2.2 million, setting neighborhood record. [Brownstoner]
Class action suit filed to reclaim rent paid on unihabitable apartments post Sandy. [TRD]
Talking with Albert Rabil III, a Kayne Anderson exec, about student housing. [NYT]
SUNY wants to sell Long Island College Hospital for a half-billion dollars. [Bk Paper]
Would you pay $9 million for a one-bedroom apartment? [Curbed]
New UWS Dakota Bar is marbled, vast, nothing like Dakota. [DNAinfo]
A life without eggs or dairy: Gowanus is hosting a vegan bake-off. [Bk Paper]
Maybe we’re all overreacting about rising Manhattan apartment costs? [WSJ]