On the Market: Beloved American Folk Art Museum Will Be Demolished; Brooklyn’s Rents Rising Twice As Fast As Manhattan’s; Stuy-Town Payout Approved

A-Rod takes a rental in the Aldyn, ending his house hunt (at least for now). [Post]
Architect Rick Joy designed the classiest 1,000-sq.ft. “studio” we’ve ever seen. [NYT]
Man vs. nature: Construction crew stupidly destroys protected red-tail hawk nest. [Post]
Court approves $68.75 million payout to Stuy-Town tenants. [Crain’s]
Ghost house in Queens fades into the ether. [Scouting NY]
Macklowe goes after Carol Cohen’s rent-stabilized apartment at 737 Park. [TRD]
Kosher yoga draws Hassidim in Crown Heights. [DNAinfo]
Occasionally, taxi cab riders call 311 to say how awesome their cabbies were. [NYT]
Related Cos. finalizes leases for Hudson Yards space with Coach, L’Oreal and SAP. [Crain’s]
New pier opens in Greenpoint’s Transmitter Park. [DNAinfo]
Hipsters rush in: Brooklyn’s rents are rising twice as fast as Manhattan’s. [TRD]
MoMA to demolish much-celebrated American Folk Art Museum to make way for larger museum. [NYT]