On the Market: City Bills Bicyclist For Damage To Police Car That Struck Him; Rich Suburbs Vs. Poor Suburbs; Steampunk Co-op Finally Finds a Buyer

Hotel Chelsea tenants want Joe Chetrit held in contempt of court. [DNAinfo]
Jamie Dimon buys a $2 M. ground-floor unit at his Park Avenue co-op. Storage? [TRD]
Murray Hill poised to get a new 19-story rental tower. [Curbed]
Brokers, accountants and financial services, oh my! [NYT]
Hey gentrifiers! In case you haven’t heard, you should all move to Crown Heights. [WSJ]
Some cities actually have a glut of municipal property. [Atlantic Cities]
City bills cyclist for damage to police car that struck him. [Post]
Residents of East Harlem complex fear development on city-owned land. [NYT]
There’s no clear correlation between city population and parks. [Atlantic Cities]
A historic look at Greenpoint’s varied history, thanks to a charming old book. [Brownstoner]
Looking back on the Bowery Bluebook, a clever newspaper for, and by, Bowery bums. [Lo-Down]
Roberta’s Pizza searches for unpaid interns, angers all of Bushwick. [DNAinfo]
In happier Bushwick news, some bookworms have started a library of hard-to-find books. [NYT]
Chelsea’s steampunk co-op loses the steampunk, finally finds a buyer. [TRD]
How income inequality manifests itself in suburbs. [NYT]

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