On the Market: Claire Danes Buys In the West Village; Larry Gagosian’s UES Mansion Gets a Rooftop Pool; Trinity Church Landholdings Valued At $2 B.

Anne Liebovitz cuts price of village compound from $33 M. to $29 M. [Curbed]
Cobble Hill residents raise funds to rebuild lightening-damaged church. [Daily News]
Rockwell Group designs tree house-inspired playground in Brownsville. [Architizer]
The rent is too damn high candidate gets his own rap anthem. [Animal NY]
Sea Gate is still struggling to recover after Hurricane Sandy. [NY1]
It’s harder than you might think to flip a castle. [NYT]
Brooklyn Bridge will be closed to all Manhattan-bound traffic this weekend. [DNAinfo]
After building out a Dumbo factory, residents try to protect their low rents.  [NYT]
Larry Gagosian is hoisting a pool on top of his Upper East Side mansion. [Curbed]
Brace yourself: waterfront development in Greenpoint is hurtling forward. [Brownstoner]
The American dream doesn’t have to mean buying: renting rises in esteem. [Atlantic Cities]
Claire Danes snags Greek Revival townhouse in the W. Village for $6.9 M. [Real Estalker]
Almost in time for Earth Day! New Yorkers can now recycle all types of plastic. [Crain’s]
A call to favor commercial space over condos in Downtown Brooklyn. [Architect’s Newspaper]
A disagreement over how Trinity Church should spend Queen Anne’s land bequest, now valued at $2 B. [NYT]