On the Market: MoMA’s Other Architectural Victims; Villagers Rage Against Bike Share; One Family’s Mold Saga

Bloomberg gives 9/11 Museum $15 million loan from his personal fortune. [NYT]
Hotel on East 45th Street will become (rare) time share. [Crain’s]
Mold problems that cost half-a-million dollars and endless headaches to fix. [WSJ]
So charming! Oldest (built in 1799) house in the Village tries for $6.9 million. [Curbed]
Citing poverty-level wages, unions file suit to stop City Point construction. [Daily News]
Like all reality shows, “Million Dollar Listing” is staged for maximum drama. [NYT]
Kips Bay residents horrified that micro-units will bring in riff-raff. [WSJ]
Glenwood files demolition permits for UES buildings, preparing for new development. [TRD]
Councilman opposes sheik soccer stadium because of Abu Dhabi’s record on gay rights. [Capital NY]
The 3-year-old James Hotel in Soho sells to Prudential Financial for $85 million. [Crain’s]
The most spacious 425-square-foot apartment ever. [Curbed]
Classic NIMBY: notoriously change averse, cranky Villagers hate bike share racks. [DNAinfo]
The Folk Art Museum is not the first building to be crushed under a MoMa expansion. [NYT]
A wait for the bathroom: modular bathrooms’ arrival at Coney Island delayed. [Daily News]
East River Blueway plan aims to make a continuous ribbon of green up the east side. [Crain’s]