On the Market: Vogue Finds Bushwick “Disfavored,” Unnavigable; The Fake Beaches of New York; Real Estate Interests Exploit Campaign Finance Loophole

Vogue deigns to visit Brooklyn, even journeys to “disfavored” wilds of Bushwick. [Brokelyn]
It’s official: Two Trees finalizes details to build 32-story BAM tower. [Crain’s]
Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr are reportedly renting UES townhouse. [Post]
Police could indict Rabbi Pinto, spiritual adviser to many real estate players. [TRD]
Fake sand: New York’s trashy and trashier pseudo-beach bars. [Curbed]
Developer Ziel Feldman buying four-building Manhattan rental portfolio for $600 M. [WSJ]
How to make streets more inviting public spaces for pedestrians. [Atlantic Cities]
Whimsical aerobics? Double-dutch re-imagined as an adults-only workout. [DNAinfo]
LICH attracts seven suitors eager to take it over, but few plan to keep the full hospital. [Daily News]
Checking out the World Trade Center transit hub: Still under construction, still over budget. [NYT]
Come Away with me: Norah Jones dumps Cooper Square pad for $6.7 million. [Curbed]
Rapid Realty broker allegedly scammed clients into giving him cash to see apartments. [DNAinfo]
Williamsburg will be getting a modestly-sized new development at 125 Leonard. [BuzzBuzzHome]
Buying influence (or trying to): Real estate interests exploit LLC loophole in campaign finance law. [Crain’s]
What do Brooklyn apartment hunters want? They want it all. [Brownstoner]
Rising rents pushing out East Williamsburg’s trapeze and burlesque hub House of Yes. [DNAinfo]