On the Market: Inside a $10 EV Apartment; Controversy Grows Over Soho Nonprofit’s Expansion Plans; Why Are We Flipping Out Over Bike Share?

A look inside the $10 East Village apartments at  Jupiter21. [Gothamist]
Spit it out! Bruce Ratner stumped by SPURA acronym. [DNAinfo]
Meanwhile, does SPURA really need 500 parking spaces? [Streetsblog]
Thor Equities pays $23 million for mixed-use development by Barclays. [TRD]
Surprise! Lower Delancey Street’s quiet character is being colonized by commerce. [NYT]
State Senator John Sampson charged with embezzling foreclosure funds. [Daily News]
Exploring some of the more unusual apartments on the Upper West Side. [DNAinfo]
Soho nonprofit’s expansion and sale of air rights to a condo next door riles neighbors. [NYT]
Boerum Hill is invaded by a giant, but gentle, bee swarm. [Gothamist]
Long Island laboratory used by Tesla is purchased by nonprofit. [WSJ]
Is the city tracking drivers with EZ pass meters stationed at intersections? [Bk Paper]
Deconstructing New York”s total meltdown over bike share. [Atlantic Cities]
Mayoral candidates call on Forest City Ratner to hurry up with the Atlantic Yards housing. [Bk Paper]
Tennis Association makes land swap agreement with city, enabling Flushing Meadows expansion. [Crain’s]

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