On the Market: Buyer Sues Over Penthouse Square Footage; The Park Slope Co-op Is Both Crazy and Cheap; Crackdown On Bank-Mandated “Forced Insurance” Policies

Making the interborough connection between Manhattan and High Bridge walkable again. [NYT]
Steinway to sell stake in Steinway Hall to JDS Development Group for $46 M. [WSJ]
Hollywood-based crossfit gym plans to open first location in Chelsea. [Crain’s]
Erg! New Williamsburg gym to focus exclusively on rowing machines. [Brownstoner]
U.S. cracking down on “forced insurance” policies that benefit banks. [WSJ]
Downtown edging out Uptown as destination for luxury buyers. [TRD]
Buyer of 200 Chambers Street penthouse sues over square footage. [Post]
How to use check up on your neighbors and enemies with the DOB website. [EV Grieve]
Brooklyn filmmakers increasingly make borough’s gentrification focus of docs. [Bk Paper]
Coney Island mission resumes full service for first time since Sandy. [Crain’s]
Chloe Sevigny finally finds another buyer for her dark, East 10th Street apartment. [EV Grieve]
Density might finally be coming to Denver after decades of sprawl. [Atlantic Cities]
A breakdown of the weird and sometimes wonderful Park Slope Food Co-op. [Daily News]
Landmarked Central Park police precinct reopens after $61 million renovation. [DNAinfo]
Dr. Drew buys healthy, $1.5 million Upper West Side pad. [TRD]

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