On the Market: Real Estate Heir Enters Comptroller’s Race; NYC Tied With DC on Office Occupancy; Developers Love Airport Transit

Real estate heir (among other things) Eliot Spitzer throws his hat into the comptroller’s race. [NYT]
Real estate big wigs lobby for their favorite kind of transit: airport transit. [Crain’s]
New York is tied with D.C. for lowest office vacancy rate, 9.7 percent, says Reis. [WSJ]
Roosevelt Island is getting a new library, twice as big as its old one. [DNA]
The Times discovers that really stuffy old rich people have discovered downtown. [NYT]
Will Hudson Yards move midtown west like the Park Avenue deck at Grand Central moved it uptown? [WSJ]
4,000-passenger ship docks on the West Side. [Crain’s]
Residential amenities are always changing, and the Times is on it! [NYT]
Statue of Liberty reopened on July 4th. [DNA]
Cuomo wants more tourists upstate. [Crain’s]
Rich developer doesn’t want his kids to be spoiled brats. [WSJ]
New Jersey gets new business handouts, and CBRE hires someone to snag ’em. [WSJ]