On the Market: Public Housing Agencies Push For Time Limits; Greenpoint Will Get A New Park (and Condos); How Much To Get Your Name On a Building?

A Tribeca street now seems to be closed off because of Citi Bike. [Tribeca Citizen]
But at least this brewery in Astoria supports bike share. [DNAinfo]
Public housing agencies push for time limits, work requirements of residents. [WSJ]
What’s a house doing in the middle of Grand Central? It’s a promotional ploy. [NYT]
City inks deal with Chetrit and Bistricer to build condos in Greenpoint. [Crain’s]
What you can expect to see on the Park Slope historic home tour. [DNAinfo]
Tracking Gatsby’s influence in the world of real estate development. [NYT]
Is there a shark living in the Harlem Meer!!?? (Probably not.) [Gothamist]
Architect pens another defense of the doomed Folk Art Museum. [Design Observer]
Like everything, getting your name on a building is more expensive in NY—about $100 million. [NYT]
If Martin Amis ever left his gentrified bubble, maybe he wouldn’t hate Brooklyn so much. [Atlantic Cities]
Plans for a newer but smaller, Donnell Library space in the basement of the Baccarat Tower. [WSJ]