On the Market: One57’s Model Unit Is Ridiculously Opulent; Ann Curry Can’t Stop Remodeling Her Brownstone; Firms Shell Out For Plaza-District Commercial Space

The Coney Island Mermaid Parade is saved! [Gothamist]
Jets and Giants sue to stop mall, theme park complex from opening by stadium. [WSJ]
Art teacher protests Citi Bikes by holding nude figure drawing class? [Gothamist]
SUV abandoned on Brooklyn Bridge was not a terrorist threat, just broken. [Daily News]
Weekly green market debuts in Brooklyn Bridge Park this Saturday. [Brownstoner]
So much for bidding wars: eager sellers flood the market with condos. [DNAinfo]
Actor Richard Kind, on loving his Emery Roth co-op in the West 80s. [NYT]
Neighbors hate Ann Curry for her decade-long brownstone renovation. [Post]
No one cares about commuter-adjusted population, but they should. [Atlantic Cities]
Two firms pay $200 per square foot for commercial space in the Plaza district. [Crain’s]
One57’s model unit has silk walls, bronze stools covered in Mongolian furs. [WSJ]
This landlord shuns both brokers and Craigslist. [Brick Underground]
Three-bedroom Dakota spread seeks $6.8 million, seems not so bad. [Curbed]
East Fordham Road rezoning aims to encourage residential, taller development. [WSJ]
Chelsea hotel breaks promise to hire back workers laid-off after Sandy. [DNAinfo]
Where to watch outdoor movies this summer. [Curbed]
Toy Building North condos—now known as 10 Madison West condos—poised to hit market. [NYT]

On the Market: One57’s Model Unit Is Ridiculously Opulent; Ann Curry Can’t Stop Remodeling Her Brownstone; Firms Shell Out For Plaza-District Commercial Space