On the Market: Seward Park Bids Submitted Today; Swig Sued By Ex-Wife for ‘Wanton Dishonesty’; One57 Crane Requires Residents To Vacate a Second Time

Kent Swig sued by ex-wife over $12.5 million loan taken out on 740 Park spread. [Daily News]
Alwyn residents ordered to vacate because of One57’s crane for a second time. [NYT]
Is it bars’ responsibility to prevent patrons from drinking too much? [DNAinfo]
Jones Day considers move to 400,000 square foot space downtown. [Crain’s]
Developers will submit bids, with some unusual partnerships, on Seward Park today. [WSJ]
Historic churches threatened with demolition as developers close in. [Post]
How parents use real estate to get their kids into a good public school. [NYT]
Is a reality show to blame for Marble House’s sales problems? [Curbed]
Car-hailing app Uber expands offices in Long Island City. [WSJ]
Politicians want to tout Queens tourism, transform it into the next Brooklyn. [Crain’s]
Rents in North Williamsburg on average $1,600 more than in South Williamsburg. [DNAinfo]
Cyclist dies after suffering a heart attack in the Five Boro Bike Tour. [Daily News]
Real estate reporter falls in love with $11 million gingerbread home in Bay Ridge. [Daily News]
Man’s apartment-seeking poem has actually netted a lot of promising leads. [Gothamist]