On the Market: Silverstein Loses Bid To Recover Additional 9/11 Losses; Gowanus Bay Terminal’s Unusual Lease Requirements; Luxury Condos To Be Built on Superfund Site

LICH prepares to transfer last 18 patients, setting off a new round of recriminations. [Crain’s]
Silverstein denied bid to recover additional losses from 9/11 attacks. [WSJ]
Bedbugs send Manhattan Criminal Court into chaos. [Daily News]
Halstead’s Clark Halstead sells his own UES townhouse for $5 million. [TRD]
Gowanus Bay Terminal to set unusual, community-conscious lease requirements. [Crain’s]
Rent-regulated tenants return to 289 Grand Street three years after fire. [DNAinfo]
Mockingbirds attack pedestrians in Greenpoint’s Transmitter Park. [Bk Paper]
A generation of young buyers is sinking money into luxury real estate. [WSJ]
Another Billyburg bust? Williamsburg condo prices plummeted this spring. [DNAinfo]
But wait! the rest of the Brooklyn condo market is going bonkers. [Post]
Are any of the city’s $90 M.+ listings actually worth that? [TRD]
American Idol founder Simon Fuller buys pad at the Plaza for $3.25 M. [REW]
Luxury towers are changing face and feel of Long Island City’s Court Square. [Curbed]
De Blasio’s “plan” to save Flushing-Meadows Park is to re-negotiate contracts. [Q’Gazette]
Brooklyn Public Library gets half a million to repair Sandy-damaged branches. [Brownstoner]
Remediated Superfund site in Long Island will get a luxury condo and retail development. [WSJ]

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