On the Market: Huguette Clark’s $7.2 M. Apartment: Invoking Girls Doesn’t Actually Find You a Subletter; Late-night Flea Market Unpopular With Neighbors

Renderings! A sneak peek at the condos of 10 Madison Square West. [Curbed]
A hipper look for the Loews Regency Hotel’s famed power breakfast spot. [Crain’s]
Developers use art installations in attempt to sell their pricey penthouses. [Post]
Using Girls to hawk $1,500 bedroom in Williamsburg is kind of a fail. [NYM]
Parks advocates want mayoral candidates to push parks growth, funding. [Crain’s]
The G Train ridership is the fastest growing, but service is still awful. [Brownstoner]
It’s not just Dumbo: Brooklyn Heights also hates Boardwalk Empire. [Bk Heights Blog]
Huguette Clark’s last (now smaller) co-op at 907 Fifth returns to the market for $7.2 M. [Post]
Man buys a house, gets a divorce, renovates house, finally grows up. [NYT]
Beautiful-ceilinged co-op at 1050 Fifth Avenue tries for $25 M. [Curbed]
Like every other room in the house, the garage is being remade into a luxury hangout. [WSJ]
Full-grown trees are being hoisted onto David Schwimmer’s roof. [EV Grieve]
Carroll Gardens residents battle against boisterous, late-night flea market. [Bk Paper]
Hudson Yards Culture Shed gets mixed reviews, with detractors calling for more public space. [Crain’s]

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