On the Market: Living In the Mennonite’s Manhattan Mansion; Brooklyn’s Most Valuable House Sells For $7.6 M.; Park51 Developer Planning Condos for Controversial Site?

Park51 developer reportedly considering condos for controversial site. [TRD]
Abandoned Rockaway courthouse will become a medical center. [Curbed]
“Sexy” renovations like gourmet kitchens rarely pay off when it’s time to sell. [WSJ]
Hanging out with the owner of a 97-year-old headstone shop in Bushwick. [DNAinfo]
Sellers sometimes line up mortgage lenders for their buyers to speed the process. [NYT]
Manhattan’s modern Mennonite crash pad is a Gramercy Park mansion. [WSJ]
Efforts to save Cobble Hill’s Long Island College Hospital intensify. [Daily News]
The Dutch gardener who keeps Park Avenue in tulips in begonias. [NYT]
West 26th Street is thick with new restaurants and bars. [WSJ]
Brooklyn’s most valuable house sells yet again for $7.65 million. [Curbed]
Health club slated to move into Alphabet City building on Avenue A. [DNAinfo]
Gracie Mansion will be a home again, unless John Catsimatidis gets elected. [Daily News]