On the Market: Will SUNY Tax Breaks Spur Development? Unlucky Developer Will Try Again In the Flatiron; Ben Shaoul Sells Upscale FiDi Rental

The best New York area beaches you can get to without a car. [Gothamist]
Decade-old carriage house in Clinton Hill hits the market for $5 M. [WSJ]
And Brooklyn Magazine is very underwhelmed. [Bk Magazine]
State proposes tax-free zones around SUNYs to spur development upstate. [Crain’s]
Madison Square Garden denied indefinite permit, offered a 15-year one. [WSJ]
Now street vendors hate bike share too. [Atlantic Cities]
Good Enough to Eat finds new home at Columbus and 85th. [DNAinfo]
Modular disaster relief housing prototype will rise in Downtown Brooklyn. [Post]
Developer Ian Bruce Eichner is really hoping that third time’s a charm. [WSJ]
LIC climbing gym is slated to open this summer, despite bribery scandal. [DNAinfo]
Bad news for bookworms: All Brooklyn libraries will be closed this weekend. [Patch]
Affordable housing planned for Fulton Street lots in Clinton Hill. [Brownstoner]
Ben Shaoul sells FiDi building to Queens developer for $25 M. [TRD]
Black marble and gold leaf: fraudster’s United Nations Plaza pad returns. [Curbed]
Cuomo is the one we should hold to account for LICH’s future? [Bk Paper]
Underground high-speed cycling event will move to the Navy Yard this year. [WSJ]
Williamsburg Cinemas commissions mural by Frederico Massa. [Brownstoner]