On the Market: MoMA May Not Demolish Folk Art Museum After All; Co-op Sues Over One57’s Crane Plans; Ben Stiller Sells Apartment At a Loss

Greystone acquires half-finished Williamsburg condo coversion for $16 million. [TRD]
Bullet-scarred doors reveal violent realities of living in the projects. [NYT]
Real estate developer plans to build fine art storage facility in LIC. [WSJ]
New York will receive $10 million for affordable housing from new state program. [Crain’s]
Not very funny: Ben Stiller takes a $1 million loss on Riverside Drive duplex. [Curbed]
New affordable artists’ housing development is coming to West Chelsea. [DNAinfo]
Firm issuing foreclosure settlements flubs up yet again, delaying homeowner relief. [NYT]
Two of the Clinton Hill homes featured in sisters’ vintage decorating book. [Curbed]
Alwyn Court sues Extell to halt second evacuation because of One57 crane. [WSJ]
Naftali Group pays high above $45 M. ask for old parking garage on West 77th. [Crain’s]
Opponents rally to protest renovation of Fifth Avenue Library. [NYT]
Poet Taylor Mead succumbs to stroke after settlement with Shaoul. [Bowery Boogie]
Replica of iconic Dumbo watertower to be displayed at Brooklyn Bridge Park. [DNAinfo]
MoMA might not demolish the Folk Art Museum after all. [Architect’s Newspaper
In “Related” news: Time Warner is considering a move west, to Hudson Yards. [WSJ]
New condos in a historic district: 20-story glass tower rises by Madison Square. [NYT]
Pearl clutch! Upper East Siders are all in a tizzy over proposed medical complex. [Curbed]
Hell’s Kitchen just wants a normal grocery store, not some posh Eataly-style market. [DNAinfo]