On the Market: New Condos For the Spring! Mayoral Candidates Fall All Over Themselves To Praise Ferries; Rawhide Space Now Asking $25K a Month

Starchitect Daniel Libeskin will give a free talk at Cooper Union on April 30. [Cooper Union]
Judge denies NYU opponents discovery request, Big Purple rejoices. [NYT]
Prospect Park Audubon Center will be closed for private events on weekends. [Brownstoner]
Looking for a condo? Here are 23 new developments hitting the market this spring. [Curbed]
General Services Administration tries to make a profit selling federal property. [NYT]
All the mayoral candidates are totally into a five-borough ferry system. [CapitalNY]
How to dress like a Park Slope mom (just what you’ve been waiting for!). [FiPS]
William Beaver house loses the Beaver and its old leasing agent. [TRD]
You can eat your enemy’s dinner (literally) at Barclay’s (just not Bruce Ratner’s). [WSJ]
At Brooklyn Heights slurring bee, it’s okay if you can’t spell anything right. [DNAinfo]
Synagogue turned art studio lists for $6.2 million, but the real draw are the air rights. [Curbed]
Rejoice! New York real estate now officially back from the dead, says REBNY. [Brownstoner]
The old Metro theater in the midst of transforming into Alamo drafthouse. [West Side Rag]
Madison Square Garden says it’s not going anywhere, others beg to differ. [NYT]
Goodbye gay bar: Rawhide’s former Chelsea space is now renting for 25K. a month. [DNAinfo]
Independent bookstores are thriving in Brooklyn. [WSJ]