On the Market: Brooklyn’s Mandatory Tech Triangle, Huge West Village Apartments, More Festruction at Prospect Park

The Brooklyn Tech Triangle wants to become mandatory. [Crain’s]
Another festival coming to destroy Prospect Park. [BK Paper]
22-story hotel planned for East 47th Street. [TRD]
Eight units spread over 44,500 sq. ft. planned for Pat LaFrieda’s Village meathouse. [BBH]
Quinn, de Blasio and Liu want a rent freeze. [NYT]
Developers and contractors push Scaffold Law reform by June 20. [Curbed]
The sequester could force layoffs at NYCHA. [NY1]
James Gardner calls 3 Hudson Boulevard “another phoned in high-rise.” [TRD]
Sixth Avenue rents are falling. Good luck, 3 Hudson Boulevard! [WSJ]
Yorkville building continues NIMBY crusade against subway entrance. [DNA]
Left turn ban dooms Fourth Avenue safety improvements. [BK Paper]
Summering in New York: “Now it’s like all my peeps—it’s all Jewish women my age.” [NYT]
18 Gramercy Park sets a neighborhood price per square foot record. [TRD]
The EDC seeks developers for mall developers on Staten Island’s South Shore. [WSJ]