On the Market: Toll Brothers’ Park Avenue Development Revealed At Last; Eric Schmidt’s So-called Sex Penthouse; Buyers Demand Apartments Fully Stocked

Studying the small differences that make a neighborhood feel safe. [Atlantic Cities]
Legal troubles be damned: Gabbana of Dolce and Gabbana goes house hunting. [Post]
So much for the LES: Waterbridge pays $28 M. for five Orchard Street buildings. [Crain’s]
Scores of NYCHA tenants turn out to slam private high rise plan. [DNAinfo]
Finally, Park Avenue residents have a Toll Brothers rendering to hate. [Curbed]
Now you can rent a helmet along with your Citi Bike. [Crain’s]
Karl Fischer sinks his undistinguished claws into Clinton Hill. [Brownstoner]
East Elmhurst rezoning aims to keep the Queens neighborhood low-rise. [WSJ]
Cursed condos? One Madison Park sales delayed until after Labor Day. [Curbed]
Turns out that Extell is behind the mysterious eight-parcel project on East 14th. [EV Grieve]
Brownsville cheers new bike lanes. Unlike those ungrateful grumps in Park Slope. [Atlantic Cities]
Google’s Eric Schmidt gives $15 M. to create hilly terrain on Governor’s Island. [Crain’s]
Schmidt also spent $15 M. on a Chelsea penthouse, allegedly for use as a sex pad. [Post]
Towels, toiletries and all: wealthy buyers increasingly want to buy homes fully-outfitted. [WSJ]
Upper West Side man gets a real kick out of living in Joe DiMaggio’s old penthouse. [DNAinfo]
Miami’s Versace mansion askinf for $40 M., heinous interiors and murder non-withstanding. [Daily News]