On the Market: A Deed Restriction Saga In the East Village; Heat Restored to Hotel Chelsea; Philippe Petite’s High Wire Home

ABC is developing a dramedy on based on Kleiers, who are also stars of Selling NY. [Hollywood Reporter]
Prospect Heights businesses shift East in search of cheaper rent. [Bk Paper]
Michael Binday, charged with insurance fraud, lists Riverside Drive penthouse for $16 M. [TRD]
Park Slope parents don’t want ipads in the library, but officials say disadvantaged tots need them. [DNAinfo]
Developers start circling LICH site in Cobble Hill, the best place to live unless you get sick. [Daily News]
Coney Island sees biggest opening in years as New Yorkers rush out to show support. [Crain’s]
Sotheby’s CEO and manager could face penalties in dual agent probe. [TRD]
How brokers read buyers. [NYT]
High wire artists Philippe Petit describes his house in Ulster county. [WSJ]
UES residents sue (again) over placement of Second Avenue subway entrance. [Daily News]
Heat and hot water restored at Hotel Chelsea, but residents could be without cooking gas for days. [DNAinfo]
Complicated deed restrictions leave former East Village dispensary empty and unloved. [NYT]