On the Market: Gowanus Sludge Makes Great Paint; Pyramid Tower Wins Approval; Columbus Ave. Bike Lane Gets Extension

Durst’s unusual Pyramid Tower on W. 57th wins city council approval. [Crain’s]
Brownstone Brooklyn it is not, but DUMBO is getting townhouses. [Curbed]
Goodbye groceries, gritty LES: Extell snags Pathmark site on Cherry Street. [Crain’s]
Distressed European real estate hits market, buyers super stoked. [WSJ]
Carroll Gardens condos sell out: buyers snatch Sackett Union units. [Brownstoner]
MTA adds interactive features to subway map. [NYT]
Japanese household goods store Muji to move to Cooper Square. [The Local]
Saunas: something else you can use a shipping container for. [Gothamist]
Danish artist uses toxic Gowanus sludge to paint, harvests it in white fur hat. [Bk Paper]
Stuy-town residents alarmed at mid-lease rent increases. [WSJ]
Hudson River Park will more than double food vendors, is seeking applications. [DNAinfo]
Ride on! Columbus Avenue bike lane will get an extension. [Bk Paper]
How much do New Yorkers lose each year by getting stuck in traffic? [Post]
First world problems: residents say Brooklyn library’s internet is kind of slow. [Bk Paper]
West Chelsea once had a Lover’s Lane and buggyride courtships. [Ephemeral NY]
All of the Department of Buildings data you ever wanted, right on your smartphone. [Curbed]

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