On the Market: Beer “CSA” Launches In Long Island City; Gays Have a Harder Time Finding Housing; A $2 Billion Offer For the Empire State Building

If you’re considering a vacation home in Connecticut, New Milford is nice. [NYT]
Who needs vegetables? Long Island City brewery will offer beer CSA. [DNAinfo]
Despite fair housing laws, gays have a harder time renting. [Atlantic Cities]
Rubin Schron offers $2 billion for the Empire State building. [TRD]
Preservationists hope JFK’s defunct Worldport Terminals will be saved. [WSJ]
Lisa Simonsen snaps up Dolly Lenz’s $95 million Pierre listing. [TRD]
LIC parents’ group wants 5 Pointz artists to graffiti dull school wall. [BS Queens]
Park Slope’s magnificent Adams Mansion sells right at $5.9 M. ask. [Brownstoner]
Brooklyn’s Tech Triangle plan in bullet points, maps and pictures. [Gothamist]
For those who love River House, but can’t handle its infamous board. [Curbed]
Court rules that the Parks Department can put a restaurant in Union Square. [Crain’s]
Speaking of Parks controversies, locals are enraged over the club in Fort Washington Park. [NYT]
MTA may speed up Greenpoint Citibike roll-out because of G train closures. [Daily News]
What will the Brooklyn Public Library do with the spared Pacific Street branch? [Bk Paper]
Coney Island is poised for a comeback, but Horace Bullard’s visions remain unbuilt. [NYT]