On the Market: Bushwickians Clash Over Midnight Bar Curfew; London Conversions Claim Office Space; Fancy Doormen Duds

Hipsters and old-timers clash over Bushwick’s proposed midnight bar curfew. [Daily News]
Octogenarian tenant rights activist battles Mario Batali over Babbo’s variance. [NYT]
Wells Fargo has become the dominant mortgage lender in the U.S. [WSJ]
Views from the World Trade Center’s 100th floor observation deck. [Curbed]
Housing pressure in London leads to loss of office space to residential conversions. [WSJ]
New York’s most popular train conductors. [Post]
Artist Lorna Simpson lists Fort Greene townhouse for $3.13 million. [TRD]
LICH gets one month reprieve, judge delays closure until May 2. [Crain’s]
Inside the insufficiently sealed-up, graffiti-covered Gowanus bat cave. [Curbed]
Lightstone Group developer plans comeback after embarrassing financial crisis debacle. [NYT]
Firm wants to spread coveted 212 area code across the U.S. [Post]
The custom-made uniforms donned by New York’s doormen. [TRD]

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