On the Market: Midtown East’s Very Sketchy Future; Bike Share’s Rollout Plan; Coach Slated To Be Hudson Yards’ First Anchor Tenant

Related bags Coach as anchor tenant for first Hudson Yards tower. [Crain’s]
Ferries get $22 million from Feds as part of Sandy relief package. [Post]
Hollywood talent manager tries new career in home renovation and decoration. [WSJ]
Neighbors mobilize against UWS, UES school demolition plans. [Curbed]
Is BAM Cultural District the new Lincoln Center? [Brownstoner]
Conversions can be more tricky for developers than new construction. [NYT]
Brooke Shields reportedly in contract to buy $4.3 million East End house. [Post]
Delays on website designed to bring transparency to landmarking process anger Brad Lander. [Crain’s]
Checking out the Avalon in West Chelsea. [NY Yimby]
Residents tired of dogs pooping and peeing in Financial District park, call for ban. [DNAinfo]
Bike Share’s phased roll-out plan, minus a few Brooklyn locations. [Streetsblog]
Single bookworms can bond over library love at literary trivia night. [Bk Paper]
Mapping out financial fraudsters’ swanky Manhattan digs. [Curbed]
Landlords want class-action lawsuit filed by Sandy-afflicted tenants thrown out. [TRD]
Learning about the great, but un- (or at least under-) sung buildings of NY. [Bk Brainery]
Rich, active seniors are demanding luxury and long activity lists in retirement communities. [WSJ]
Midtown East’s future still a mystery after City Planning distributes most generic sketches ever. [Curbed]

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