On the Market: Lovers’ Locks On City Bridges; Dreaming Of a Starry New York Night; Brooklyn Is So Hot In Sweden Right Now

Organic meet Superfund: a Whole Foods rises in Gowanus. [FiPS]
Housing authority head John Rhea admits mistakes were made during Sandy. [Crain’s]
New public works nuisance: Lovers secure locks to bridges, throw away the keys. [WSJ]
Companies add distribution hubs, rethink just-in-time inventory strategies. [NYT]
Valentine’s boxing class cute or borderline domestic violence? [DNAinfo]
Inside Nina Garcia’s perfectly glossy but dull apartment [Architectural Digest]
Memory Keeper, a one-hour photo lab on 14th Street, has closed. [Vanishing NY]
Imported homegoods store Amaran on Avenue B also shut down this week. [EV Grieve]
Madonna slashes the asking price on her Harperly Hall co-op by $3 million. [TRD]
Penthouse, in contract at $2,500 per square-foot, poised to break Bowery record. [TRD]
Everyone wants to be a Brooklynite: the Swedes are Kings County copycats. [NYMag]
Foes compare UES medical center to sitting beside a “morbidly obese man” on plane. [DNAinfo]
Only in Brooklyn: there are two, all-female Guns N’ Roses bands. [Bk Paper]
New real estate firm opens in Williamsburg, will focus on luxury condos. [Brownstoner]
What the New York sky might look like if we could see the stars. [Curbed]