On the Market: NYU Helps Finance Academics’ Summer Homes; Nobody Likes SeaPort City; BAM South to Move Forward

NYU gives its academic stars loans for summer homes. [NYT]
Some Stuy-Town tenants may get a reprieve from mid-lease rent hikes. [Curbed]
Chelsea Clinton’s husband lists condo, prepares for Whitman relocation. [TRD]
New York’s narrowest house finally finds a buyer. [Curbed]
Bloomberg’s SeaPort City plan hits with a thud. [WSJ]
Iggy Pop’s video tour of the East Village. [Gothamist]
Developers can’t agree on a name for the far East Village, but sales are brisk. [NYT]
Brooklyn paper reporter tries out for the Brooklynettes. [Bk Paper]
BAM South plan wins city council approval, but with a few concessions. [Crain’s]
Michael Kimmelman on MoMA’s Le Corbusier exhibition. [NYT]
What we can take away from the Phoenix housing market’s resurgence. [WSJ]
Hundreds of residents are pissed about J. Crew pushing out Cobble Hill grocery. [Bk Eagle]

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