On the Market: LIC Gets Its Own Flea Market; Rent Guidelines Board Cuts Hearing; Hell’s Kitchen Residents Desperate For Affordable Groceries

5 Pointz condo plan moving forward despite community board opposition. [NY1]
Adult kickball league agrees to shorten games to appease neighbors. [DNAinfo]
Taxi! Outer-borough residents will now be allowed to hail livery cabs. [Crain’s]
Visit the New York Marble Cemetery tomorrow. [NYMC]
No vinyl siding here! Take a wooden house walking tour through South Slope. [BkBased]
Prospect Heights row houses imperiled after developer flubs renovation. [Brownstoner]
Rent Guidelines Board eliminates outer-borough public hearing. [NYT]
Condo board at 150 Nassau doesn’t want a Denny’s downstairs. [TRD]
Couple turns New Mexico ghost town into balsamic vinegar, gourmet food hub. [WSJ]
A champagne brunch cruise to watch Governor’s Island building implode. [Gothamist]
Related rolls out its own bike share program in several New York buildings. [NYT]
Trump Soho sues insurer, Con Edison for refusing to pay for Sandy-related losses. [Crain’s]
LIC to get its own flea and food market, possibility of being considered cool. [WSJ]
Affordable grocery store wants a rent break to move into Port Authority space. [DNAinfo]

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