On the Market: Fort Tilden May Remain Closed Until 2014; Broken Angel House Wants $4.5 M; Park Slope Demands Another Landmark District

Peekskill considers revising its residence policy on artists’ lofts. [WSJ]
Designing the winning micro-unit, the newer, smaller studio of the future. [NYT]
Aby Rosen’s block-long building at Madison and East 76th-77th hits market. [Crain’s]
Man has pan to convert incredibly valuable real estate into a teensy farm. [Daily News]
Buyers go gaga for long-dead gilded age architects. [WSJ]
Top Brooklyn’s broker Deborah Rieders is selling her Boerum Hill townhouse. [Curbed]
Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Culture Shed… revealed. [NY Yimby]
Developer cashing in on eco-crazy Park Slopers with “harvest to plank” flooring. [DNAinfo]
Fort Tilden may not re-open until 2014. No hipsters, but no beach either. [NY Mag]
First disgraced banks named stadiums, now it’s prison conglomerates. [Atlantic Cities]
Four months after the fact, full PATH train service finally resumes. [NY Mag]
West Village coffee shop accuses vagrants of attacking its customers. [DNAinfo]
Creditors selling Broken Angel House for an ambitious $4.5 million. [Curbed]
J.C. Penney moving into Related’s East NY Gateway. [TRD]
Tribeca is going to be big! (Are we in 1994?) [Post]
The next unbearably pretentious Brooklyn trend: copying early Dutch settlers. [Bk Paper]
In the Village, 200 nursing home units become 10 condos and we all die a little inside. [Crain’s]
Park Slope residents won’t rest until every nook and cranny is landmarked. [Brownstoner]