On the Market: Lady Gaga Rents On Central Park South; Everybody Wants to Buy the Empire State Building; Port Authority Bus Terminal May Get a Makeover

Nearly half of all recent college grads are struggling to find employment. [Crain’s]
South Street Seaport shops want street closed in fall to jumpstart business. [DNAinfo]
Brooklynites prepare for lengthy summer subway shutdowns. [Post]
New legislation will help, but it won’t solve Hudson River Park’s financial woes. [Crain’s]
A quiet opening day for the McCarren Park pool. [Bk Paper]
Long Island suburb tries city-like development to stop the young from fleeing. [WSJ]
War on brunch ends! Sidewalk cafes can now serve eggs starting at 10 a.m. [Gothamist]
Lady Gaga rents a $22,000-a-month duplex at 40 Central Park South. [Life&Style]
Sherwood Equities’ High Line condo that will take up an entire block of 10th Avenue. [NYT]
Expect Towncar backups: Eli Zabar eatery coming to Madison Avenue. [DNAinfo]
Joe Sitt’s Thor Equities piles on Empire State offering with $2.1 B.-plus offer. [TRD]
Port Authority reconsiders makeover of supremely dingy bus terminal. [NYT]