On the Market: Joe Lhota Snags the Most Real Estate Campaign Cash; 432 Park’s Penthouse In Contract for $95 M.; Buy Tom Cruise’s Townhouse!

432 Park’s penthouse is in contract for $95 M., also the luxury market’s hot. [NYT]
Tom Cruise’s (rumored) townhouse hits the market for $28 million. [Curbed]
Cobble Hill preschool closes for lack of license, takes classes to the parks. [Daily News]
Also in Cobble Hill, police search for Urban Outfitters pants bandits. [Bk Paper]
Mourning the (sort of) end of a beloved used bookstore in South Slope. [L Magazine]
Townhouse on West 77th tries to triple its price post renovation. [Curbed]
Helmsly Hotel on Central Park South is ready for its condo conversion. [WSJ]
The good, the bad and the ugly: Brooklyn stoop sales kick off again. [Park Slope Stoop]
The post-collegiate housing hunt when you’re a New York native. [NYT]
Bushwick sees huge surge in liquor license applications. [DNAinfo]
LES co-op installs fuel-efficient natural gas boiler. [Daily News]
Developers cater to family-friendly demands along the High Line. [NYT]
Joe Lhota snags more real estate cash than any other mayoral candidate. [TRD]
East Williamsburg strip sees alarmingly fast business turnover. [DNAinfo]
A quest to save New York’s disappearing diners. [Atlantic Cities]
The Four Seasons’ rent is currently below market and poised to jump. [Crain’s]
Greenwich mansion tries for $190 million, believed to be the most expensive in the US. [WSJ]
Remembering the St. Vincent’s Hospital and its role in the AIDS crisis. [New Yorker]
The Ansonia condos still have super old-fashioned, charming floorplans. [Curbed]
Pratt students plead with school not to destroy the stray cat population. [DNAinfo]
New Jersey home owners resist state’s attempt to shield their properties with dunes. [WSJ]
West Village nursing home converts to luxury condos, penthouse sells for $29 M. [NYT]
Light will finally be restored to Hudson River Park some seven months after Sandy. [Crain’s]