On the Market: Union Square’s Hotel Boom; Statue of Liberty Closed Indefinitely; Inside Will Ferrell’s Loft

UES cancer survivor claims she was evicted her because of illness. [DNAinfo]
Forest City enterprises to use more data analytics, less Ratner, for future decisions. [WSJ]
Transformation of historic Times Square theater into Broadway 4D is slow-going. [Post]
Carrying a torch for visitors, but Statue of Liberty will remain closed for some time. [WSJ]
Staten Island residents keen on Gov. Cuomo’s post-Sandy home buy-out plan. [Post]
Sun and garbage go well together: solar powered trash cans come to the UWS. [DNAinfo]
A hotel boomlet hits Union Square. [Crain’s]
Check out Will Ferrell’s surprisingly sophisticated W. 13th Street loft. [Architectural Digest]
(Sort-of) realized dreams: the Staten Island ferris wheel made of canned food.  [Curbed]
Sandy to shutter recently-opened, feted Dumbo restaurant Governor. [NYT]
Bidding war likely if Time Warner decides to sell its Columbus Circle headquarters. [WSJ]
UES’s privately owned public spaces discourage public use. [DNAinfo]
Upscale French bistro is coming to Clinton Hill. [Brownstoner]
Brooklyn’s trashiest neighborhoods (literally). [Bk Mag]