On the Market: Plaza Penthouse Returns to the Market; The Architecture of New York’s Movie Theaters; Broken-Up but Still Living Together

Co-op at 778 Park Avenue wants $29 million (and the board demands all cash). [NYT]
In fact, a lot of places are demanding all cash, and not just in New York. [NYT]
Inside Dumbo’s new $4.1 million townhouses. [Curbed]
Coney Island beach boutique Lola Star re-opens post-Sandy. [Crain’s]
New York’s movie theater revival, with architecture both good and bad. [WSJ]
Tenant lawsuit against NYCHA forces immediate repairs at Smith Houses. [Daily News]
Christian Candy tries to sell Plaza penthouse for $59 million. Good luck. [Curbed]
Broken hearts, but not leases: living together when the love is gone. [NYT]
Luxurious stud farms, where race horses go to retire. [WSJ]
Developers flocking to Brooklyn Bridge Park. [Crain’s]
UWS in tizzy over ramshackle brownstone, demand owner sell. [Daily News]
Hasids divided over bike share; some want it, others really don’t. [DNAinfo]
WSJ columnist Dorothy Rabinowitz doubles down on her bike hating. [Gothamist]
Residents forced to evacuate after Hudson Heights retaining wall collapses. [Daily News]
Boerum Hill building comes with a “squatter”—the former owners’ lease-holding son. [Post]