On the Market: Even MoMA thinks Folk Art Demolition Is Painful; Karl Fischer’s Newest Building Does Not Fail to Disappoint; Architecture That Lies About Its Age

MoMA curator calls decision to demolish Folk Art Museum painful. [Architect’s Newspaper]
Chicago River is now running into Lake Michigan after reversal. [Atlantic Cities]
Park performers hate the new designated performance areas. [DNAinfo]
Detroit squatters may be helping the city by claiming unused property. [Atlantic Cities]
Some brokers eschew new-fangled technology and are none the worse for it. [TRD]
Karl Fischer’s newest Brooklyn creation may also be his most boring. [Curbed]
East Harlem struggles to avoid gentrification pitfalls plaguing LES. [WSJ]
Prices are soaring at all the Brooklyn condos we made fun of during the recession. [Post]
New garden center is coming to Fulton and Downing in Clinton Hill. [Brownstoner]
Urban Outfitters is now selling Bushwick jerseys for $39. [Bushwick Daily]
New York’s neo-traditional architecture lies about its age. [NYT]
Meanwhile, some authentically old homes are all modern inside. [WSJ]
Shopping for—and finding!—bargains at the Fulton Street mall. [Brokelyn]
Another contentious meeting over NYCHA’s plan to lease its lands for luxury. [The Local]
Should Times Square’s (kind of creepy) costumed characters be regulated? [Gothamist]
Depleted trust fund? Bronfman scion Sara is tries for an ambitious $4 M. profit on her condo. [TRD]
Hell’s Kitchen apartments shot up more than 15 percent in the first quarter of 2013. [DNAinfo]