On the Market: Home Repair In a Historic District; So Much For Coney Island’s Ferry Hopes; Human Nests Are Hot Right Now

Queens BID would try to target rising crime rate on Roosevelt Avenue. [Crain’s]
The headache of doing home repair when one lives in a historic district. [NYT]
Battery Park’s bee hives increased to six post-Sandy. [DNAinfo]
At site of fatal crane accident in Midtown East, new residential projects will soon rise. [WSJ]
Bushwick coven holds ceremonies based on celestial beings, menstrual cycles. [Bk Paper]
The saved Mermaid Parade will take place this Saturday. [Daily News]
Rich people create outdoor spaces that are just like indoor spaces. [WSJ]
Crabby Sunnyside residents don’t want the Aluminaire house. [DNAinfo]
Bronx resident converts sidewalk to personal driveway. [Streetsblog]
Anti-flooding plan could stop Coney Island’s pie-in-the-sky ferry plan. [Bk Paper]
Human nests are having a moment, just make sure to bring your checkbook. [NYT]
The many charms and lose borders of Harlem’s Sugar Hill neighborhood. [WSJ]
Vanity Fair nominates Andrew Berman to its Hall of Fame, cites persistence, peskiness. [VF]
Ground is broken on Staten Island HomePort, ushering in a new wave of development. [Crain’s]

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