On the Market: Westchester and U.S. Spar Over Desegregation; Cirpriani Wall Street Throws Fit Over Newsstand; City Picks Up Slack for Hudson Yard Woes

Westchester and U.S. in prolonged legal battle over desegregation agreement. [NYT]
Mayoral hopefuls discuss sustainability, their green bonafides. [Atlantic Cities]
G Train riders want the MTA to devote state funds to increasing service. [VV]
Park51 developer buys building next door for $8 million. [DNAinfo]
Boutique brokerage founder Leslie Garfiled is selling longtime UES townhouse. [TRD]
Man is selling 2,500-square-foot loft and his huge antique collection. [WSJ]
The mayoral candidates are all very “meh” on the MLS stadium in Queens. [Capital NY]
Cipriani Wall Street throws a fit over newsstand slated to go in front of entrance. [Post]
Community hates plan to turn PS 64 into dorms, demands building back. [EV Grieve]
Hudson Yard woes leave city to pick up much of the tab for the 7 Train. [WSJ]
Designer Nate Berkus lists small (but well decorated!) Village pad for $699,000. [Curbed]
Learning about cities in From the Mixed Up Files of  Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. [Atlantic Cities]
Revamping old office spaces into cool conference rooms and charging fancy hotel prices. [NYT]