On the Market: Girls Fans Flock to Greenpoint; Williamsburg Bars Implement Baby Curfews; Statue Of Liberty To Reopen On July 4

Statue of Liberty scheduled to reopen by July 4. [WSJ]
Uh oh: socialites are now buying townhouses in Bed-Stuy. [Post]
Despite proximity to BQE, families flock to Columbia Waterfront District. [NYT]
Unmarked speakeasy causes problems for West Village neighbors. [Post]
Bushwick realty office was just a front for gambling den. [DNAinfo]
Developers rush to build in East Harlem, pushing luxury residential past 96th. [NYT]
Gowanus Whole Foods receives stop work order after worker falls 25 feet. [Brownstoner]
In related news, the trapped Second Avenue worker has been rescued, will survive. [WSJ]
Williamsburg bars institute baby curfews. [Gothamist]
Girls tourists flock to Greenpoint. Now residents knows how the Villagers felt. [Crain’s]
Lighthouse groups gets approval for 700-unit rental building in Gowanus. [Bk Paper]
Sheepshead Bay’s El Greco diner is looking to sell property for $17.5 million. [SH Bites]
The women day laborers of Brooklyn: waiting on a corner to be hired for cleaning jobs. [Nation]
A second vote to close money-losing Long Island College Hospital. [NYT]
UES residents say transfer station will disproportionately hurt the poor. [DNAinfo]
Non-profit on East 23rd is selling its site, will probably become another luxury condo. [Curbed]