On the Market: Bushwick Is Getting a Mall; Bed-Stuy Historic District Extension Passes; A NYC Subway Income Map

Apparently the Meatpacking district isn’t already gentrified? [NYT]
Designer more than doubles his money on UES townhouse, selling for $27 M. [TRD]
Another East Village walk-up hits the market. [EV Grieve]
Bedford-Stuyvesant historic district triples in size. [NYT]
Bushwick is getting a mall to serve all the suburban transplants who live there. [Gothamist]
Boutique hotels increase as Las Vegas becomes a more diverse destination. [NYT]
Forest City Ratner finally announces/admits MaryAnne Gilmartin is the next CEO. [TRD]
Middle class minority communities struggle with retail redlining. [Atlantic Cities]
Former dominatrix thinks her old job will come in handy in restaurant business. [DNAinfo]
Trying for a Tribeca record: Penthouse at 250 West Street hits market for $42 million. [WSJ]
Income inequality and the NYC subway system. [New Yorker]
Spending some time at D’Amico Coffee in Carroll Gardens. [Vanishing NY]

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