On the Market: One57 Penthouse Buyer Revealed; In Favor Of Demolishing the Folk Art Museum; Union Square Condo Prohibits Smoking

A-Train service to the Rockaways to be restored by month’s end. [Crain’s]
Buying vs. renting in Brooklyn’s tight real estate market. [DNAinfo]
Tear the Folk Art Museum down! cries critic. [TRD]
Rent-hiked tenants groups hate Anthony Weiner for decontrolling units. [Post]
Jersey City Heights creates arts district, hopes to draw creative types. [WSJ]
Only fair-market tenants allowed to use Tribeca condo’s gym. [Tribeca Citizen]
Garodnick questions sunrise provision in Midtown East rezoning. [Crain’s]
Flowerbox apartment wants more in resale attempt. [Curbed]
Inside Eli Zabar’s UES townhouse. [NYT]
City plans to sell off councilwoman Inez Dickens’ real estate debts. [Daily News]
Elderly woman is the last to leave Fourth Avenue development site. [DNAinfo]
Bill Ackman leads a group set to buy One57 penthouse for more than $90 M. [WSJ]
Union Square’s Zeckendorf Towers becomes largest no smoking building in US. [Post]
Critics slam plan to swap Flushing Meadows greenspace for old airport. [Daily News]

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