On the Market: Graffiti Artists Tag Brooklyn Bridge Construction Panels; Back When the Battery Was a Beach; Documenting Truly Awful New York Apartments

A reflection on money, power, real estate and the One57 crane. [NYT]
Rockabus will still ferry sunbathers to the ravaged Rockaways this summer. [Crain’s]
Graffiti artists love the construction paneling covering the Brooklyn Bridge. [WSJ]
A Tumblr of truly terrible affordable New York City apartments. [Atlantic Cities]
How Williamsburg rallied around Olso Coffee after the coffee roaster’s fire. [Grub Street]
City hopes that co-operative in Bk Navy Yard will kick off a manufacturing resurgence. [NYT]
Dueling candy stores to duke it out this summer on the Coney Island boardwalk. [Bk Paper]
Remembering Battery Park City when it was actually a beach. [Tribeca Trib]
The St. Regis is the most expensive hotel in Manhattan. [Post]
The old brick building at 301 West 46th Street is not long for this world. [Vanishing NY]
H.H. Richardson’s early work still stands in Staten Island. [Curbed]
Stretch of Water Street slated to become pedestrian shopping and dining plaza. [WSJ]
City Council plans to greenlight Cornell’s Tech Campus on Roosevelt Island. [Curbed]
Silverstone buys Dumbo site for $45 million with luxury condos in mind. [TRD]
Lawsuit accuses Hasidim of racial discrimination in Broadway Triangle apartments. [Daily News]
Swanky Post House restaurant at the Lowell Hotel will close for six months of repairs. [Crain’s]
What to do when you inherit 700 dolls from your mother? [NYT]